Maserati, the hallowed Italian brand that has given us spectacular cars over the years, is now making SUVs. It first got in the game with the Levante model, and over time, as we’ve seen elsewhere, that SUV became the brand’s top seller. It now accounts for about 60 percent of the company's sales (around 60%).
So it was only natural that a second SUV would follow. The Grecale was actually announced some time ago, but it took until now for its big unveiling.
With a length of 190.8 inches and a wheelbase of 114.2 inches, the Grecale is a bit bigger than the Alfa Romeo Stelvio and Porsche Macan it's going to compete against, but overall, it has similar proportions. In terms of style, it will not go unnoticed, its frankly spectacular front end in particular. For those of you who know the brand, the shape of its vertically oriented grille and headlights is a reference to the mid-engined MC20 supercar. This is Maserati's newest signature and represents a departure from what we've seen with the Levante, Ghibli and Quattroporte models.
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