CAUGHT: Maserati Grecale Interior Partially Uncovered!

D-SUV Looks Upscale And Sporty...

While Maserati is in the middle of a renaissance or rebirth of the famed Italian marque, we are continuing to see more prototypes of its upcoming onslaught of new products testing on public roads. These latest photos of the brand’s all-new Grecale D-SUV, are showing us new details about the final product due to make its official debut this November. These newest photos only come days after parts for the Grecale showed up on an online auction site.

2022 Maserati Grecale SUV. (GabetzSPYUnit).

Now, we have seen Grecale’s interior from afar in spy shots before, however, most of those shots had the interior covered up from prying eyes. Thanks to GabetzSPYUnit, we now have a detailed look at much of Grecale’s center stack layout.

2022 Maserati Grecale SUV. (GabetzSPYUnit).


The first thing that stands out in the interior, is that the top of the center stack placed in the middle is a round clock similar to the one found on Grecale’s big brother, the Levante. Unlike the Levante’s clock which looks like it’s an afterthought being placed on top of the dash, the Grecale’s is beautifully placed within the dash.

There is a chrome trim that runs through the air ducts and along the top of the instrument panel (I/P). It also is placed around a new Maserati Intelligent Assistant (MIA) (Maserati’s rename of the Uconnect 5 system) touchscreen and surrounds the lower control buttons on the center stack.

2022 Maserati Grecale SUV. (GabetzSPYUnit).

We also see a set of large aluminum paddle shifters behind the leather-wrapped steering wheel and an all-new digital gauge cluster. The digital gauge cluster is something Stellantis has been switching over to on all of its newest vehicles, like the Jeep Compass, Grand Cherokee L, and Wagoneer.

2022 Maserati Grecale SUV. (GabetzSPYUnit).

The shots also show us a better look at Grecale’s overall exterior details. While the exterior appears to share much of its silhouette with the Alfa Romeo Stelvio on which it is based, it appears that this particular model of Grecale sits just a tad bit lower than the Stelvio. It is clear that the Grecale has the Porsche Macan in its sights.

2022 Maserati Grecale SUV. (GabetzSPYUnit).

From the front, we can see more detail of the new headlamps, which look very similar to those units found on the new MC20 super sportscar. The grille features the revised Maserati signature tuning fork design logo in the middle of it, which was updated on the 2021 Levante. As for the front fascia design, it looks very close to the one found on that online auction site. The massive grille and air inlets in the front fascia should allow for significant cooling for the internal combustion engine (ICE) and its mild-hybrid (mHEV) variants that are expected to debut at launch. An all-electric Folgore will follow soon after.

2022 Maserati Grecale SUV Spy Shots:

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The so called reinvention of Maserati, for the most part, is moving in the right direction, though I call it the updating of the brand to a more appealing and competitive position. Rather than speak to what seems to be going well, I will touch upon my concerns. The rumor that the Ghibli will be discontinued is crazy. This model is their best seller, a great entry level model for the brand and if I may, it is so attractive and so Italian styled.Sure, I know it is a warmed over Chrysler 300, but a total redesign around the current specifications and styling theme would be the right decision. With a new Charger and Challenger and hopefully another 300 on the way, the Ghibli potentially could have a sound foundation for a new version. My second concern is the Grecale which may be too small and too spartan to be a Maserati branded vehicle, but I will go with it with a degree of faith in the corporate thinking. It may sell well and get people into the brand.
I have thought about and shopped Maserati for awhile and just did not want to spend the money, a stretch for me, on one. Every time I sat in thIe Ghibli I just felt I was in my old Chrysler 300 at a higher price point. I will return to the showroom when the new Levante arrives, but I have no interest in the Grecale at any price. Just my take on the current state of affairs at Maserati. Just think too that if we get a new Levante, we should get a new Ghibli sharing a platform not based on the 300. Maybe I will take a leap and spend the money.

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