2022 Maserati Grecale SUV teased: price, specs and release date
The new Maserati Grecale SUV has been officially teased for the first time before it makes its public appearance in late 2021. Read on for all the details on this new Porsche Macan alternative…
- New Maserati Grecale teased
- Small Macan-sized SUV
- Will share Alfa Romeo Stelvio parts
- Could come with a 510hp V6
- Will be revealed in late 2021
- Expected to go on sale in 2022
- Likely to cost from around £50,000
Maserati has announced plans to offer a new mid-sized premium SUV in the form of Maserati Gracale. It’ll be an upmarket alternative to the likes of the BMW X3, Porsche Macan and Jaguar F-Pace when it’s revealed before the end of 2021. Expect this new car to go on sale in early 2022.
2022 Maserati Grecale SUV design
Maserati has released official teaser images of a camouflaged prototype Grecale SUV. These show very little of the finished car’s design, besides the fact that it’ll come with a large front grille opening, two square air intakes beneath the headlights and an aggressive front bumper design with a stacked lower splitter.
It appears as though the new car’s side windows will be a similar shape to those on the larger Levante SUV, and the brake lights will mirror this more expensive model, too.
2022 Maserati Grecale SUV engines
The Maserati Grecale will be built using a set of components Maserati shares with Alfa Romeo, many of which feature in the Alfa Romeo Stelvio. There’s a strong chance, then, that the new Grecale could come with a similar range of engines, kicking off with a 2.0-litre four-cylinder petrol engine with around 272hp.
Top-spec cars may come with the same twin-turbo 2.9-litre V6 as the range-topping Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio, capable of producing 510hp and 600Nm of torque. But, it’s unlikely there’ll be a V8-powered Trofeo model, like the Levante Trofeo (shown above.)
2022 Maserati Grecale SUV price and release date
Official pricing and release dates are yet to be confirmed but you can expect the Maserati Grecale to cost about the same as the Porsche Macan. Entry-level cars will likely set you back from around £50,000. Maserati has confirmed that the new car will be revealed in late 2021, which suggests that it’ll go on sale in early 2022.
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