So far, Maserati has remained tight-lipped on the Grecale, though the automaker released intentionally blurry images showing the new model driving the streets of Modena, Italy, where the division’s headquarters is located.
The Grecale will slot in below the Levante in the Maserati lineup, and it should cost well less than the $75,000 the automaker charges for the base version of its current SUV.
A second SUV is a much-needed addition to the Maserati lineup, which currently consists of two dated sedans, the Levante SUV, the GT Convertible, and the 202-mph MC-20 hypercar. To say that Maserati is light on mainstream models is an understatement.
Expect the Grecale to make its full debut by the end of 2021, with sales likely to follow in 2022.