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News Maserati Will Debut the New Grecale SUV on March 22nd

Maserati Will Debut the New Grecale SUV on March 22nd

In about six weeks, we’ll get to see the Maserati Grecale which could change everything for the Italian brand

  • The Grecale will be assembled at Stellantis’ Cassino plant in central Italy.

  • It was initially planned for reveal back in November.

  • The Grecale has the very potential of turning Maserati’s fortunes.

People over at Maserati must be excited and anxious at once. The Grecale SUV, which was initially expected to premiere on November 16th last year, will now officially break cover on March 22nd.

The Maserati Grecale to be Revealed on November 16th

We say anxious as there’s little doubt in our minds, and in Stellantis’ extended family’s, that the Grecale SUV will turn Maserati’s fortunes around. The previous time the SUV was to be formally introduced, the vehicle was clad in far more camouflage leaving a little more to the imagination. This time around, as can be seen by the provided images, the Grecale’s overall style is quite clear.

On the camo, Maserati had this to say: “This time, the Brand has selected a new look for the light camouflage featured on the cars of the Maserati Family Fleet: a series of messages offers a preview of the Grecale’s technical specifications.”

2023 Maserati Grecale | Photo: Maserati

The actual message on the Grecale’s flanks translates as follows: “I’m the Maserati Grecale. I can’t tell you much more.”

We’ll get all the information in a few short weeks.

2023 Maserati Grecale | Photo: Maserati

2023 Maserati Grecale | Photo: Maserati

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