The Maserati Grecale SUV reveal has been pushed back thanks to chip shortages across the globe, but reports from the Italian marque has now confirmed that the car will be officially revealed on March 22 later this year. But until then, we’ve been treated to a teaser of the car with it only being covered in a light layer of camouflage.
The camo gives a hint of the technology this car will be bringing to its driver. We’re thinking some form of voice assistant like Google, Siri, or Alexa will be included, with the camo being covered in questions, answers, and statements. On top of this, we can now see more of the grille and lights, which look very aggressive and certainly carry the styling we’d expect from a Maserati.
Specific specs won’t be revealed until next month, despite the camo teasing some numbers. “I’m the Maserati Grecale. I can’t tell you much more,” the camo reads. Great… okay…
What we do know, however, is that the Grecale will be a smaller SUV in comparison to the Levante, and will sit under it in the automaker’s portfolio. In fact, it will be based on the same platform as the Alfa Romeo Stelvio.
The car is looking like it will offer both four and six-cylinder engines, with mild hybrid options available, too. And while we don’t know much about performance setups, the Grecale Trofeo will sit at the top of the food chain with GT and Modena variants sat underneath it.