Maserati has officially announced that its all-new 2023 Maserati Grecale D-segment SUV is now available to test-drive and purchase at its showrooms across North America.
“Grecale launches a new segment for the iconic Maserati brand, and further legitimizes Maserati as a purveyor of luxury performance SUVs,” said Bill Peffer, CEO of Maserati Americas. “Like our flagship Levante SUV, Grecale will strategically broaden our presence in North America by appealing to a wider group of discerning customers through its performance with the Trofeo version’s MC20-derived Nettuno V6 engine, its bold lines, timeless design, and numerous best-in-class features.”
Available in three trims (GT, Modena, and Trofeo) and having a starting manufacturer suggested retail price (MSRP) of $63,500 in the U.S. and $75,200 in Canada, the North American kickoff starts with the Grecale PrimaSerie edition, a special production run limited to 350 vehicles on Modena and Trofeo.
Each Grecale has a distinct character and identity expressed by the overarching Maserati pillars of innovation, versatility, and luxury. All models were designed to provide everyday exceptional experiences for owners in a wide variety of settings – from urban and suburban environments to the open road or on rugged terrains. Stand-out Grecale highlights include:
- Performance: GT and Modena trims are powered by four-cylinder mild hybrid engines, delivering 296 horsepower (GT) and 325 horsepower (Modena). The flagship Trofeo is powered by a high-performance 523-hp V6, derived from the MC20 Nettuno engine. All are AWD, matted to an eight-speed transmission, and feature three suspension and rear differential variants.
- Spaciousness & Comfort: Grecale features the most passenger space, rear legroom, storage capacity, and overall passenger comfort when compared to competitors.
- Tech: Standard Grecale tech includes: a 12.3-inch instrument cluster; 12.3-inch and 8.8-inch touchscreens; configurable Heads-up display; premium 14-speaker Sonos Faber audio system; digital clockface that operates like a concierge and is integrated with the Maserati Intelligent Assistant (MIA) and Maserati Connect; Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Amazon Alexa, and SiriusXM compatibility; as well as Maserati’s first wearable key.
Grecale is destined to play a leading role for Maserati, joining the brand’s award-winning Levante SUV, MC20 Coupe, and MC20 Cielo super sports cars, Quattroporte and Ghibli sedans, and the upcoming GranTurismo, which will arrive in the United States and Canada later this year.
For additional information, or to explore and purchase a Grecale SUV, you can visit Maserati.com or contact your local Maserati retailer.
2023 Maserati Grecale Trofeo Image Gallery: