The Grecale EV will launch in 2023.
It will be built on a revised version of the Giorgio platform currently at work for Alfa Romeo.
It should feature an 800-volt architecture for faster charging.
It’s become quite clear that the soon to premiere Grecale SUV will forge Maserati’s future. Its delayed introduction may have given the Italian brand the opportunity to further evaluate the SUV’s potential as now, not only will get an internal combustion engine and hybrid iterations but it will also be offered as an EV.
As Maserati’s first EV, it will set the tone for the brand’s future direction and survival. The Grecale EV is not expected before 2023 but it seems clear that it will be assembled on a thoroughly revised version of the Giorgio platform which currently underpins the Alfa Romeo Stelvio and Giulia.
The Maserati-re-engineered structure will likely feature an 800-volt architecture, as reported by Automotive News Europe. This will lower charging times and improve overall performance.
The Maserati Grecale will officially premiere on March 22nd however we might find out more beforehand. Carlos Tavares, Chief Executive Officer at Stellantis, will outline the company’s long-term strategic plan on March 1st.