Maserati Grecale renderings will be available in a pure electric version in 2022

Under Levante, for the medium-sized SUV, the new car will bring a number of power systems such as V6 engine, hybrid, pure electric, etc., and the new car is planned to be launched in 2022. < / P > < p > Maserati Grecale is a medium-sized luxury SUV project, which is positioned under Levante in the Maserati product lineup. It will enter the European market in 2022 and compete with other models such as BMW X3. < / P > < p > Grecale will be built on the same platform as Alfa Romeo Stelvio, using the “poseido” twin turbocharged 3.0-litre V6 engine used in the latest Maserati MC20 super sports car. Referring to the performance of “Poseidon” engine on MC20, it can produce 622 horsepower and 730 nm torque. < / P > < p > like the MC20, Maserati will also launch a pure electric powertrain for Grecale. Power and torque data for electric vehicle models have not been confirmed, and the Maserati architecture uses the latest 800V Technology (e.g., and supports fast charging up to 300kW). < / P > < p > Grecale will also introduce a new badge for Maserati. From 2022, all of Maserati’s all electric vehicles will have the suffix “folgore”, which in Italian is “lightning”. < / P > < p > in order to find a neutral point between the V6 engine and the pure electric powertrain, Maserati will also provide a range of electric power trains. Similarly, specifications have not been confirmed, but Maserati can choose the 325 HP 2.0-liter mild hybrid gasoline engine on Ghibli as the solution, which can be compatible with Stelvio’s platform. < p > < p > Maserati has set many goals for Grecale. Maserati said it would be the highest speed and fastest acceleration model in the same class of SUV, with the best handling and the most spacious space. < / P > < p > from these images, Grecale will have the design style of Maserati. The front face will have a wide air intake grille. The rear of the car looks a bit like that of Levante, with a similar shaped rear surround, diffuser and four outlet exhaust system. Maserati said 13 new cars will be launched in the next three years, seven of which will be released by 2022. It will also include a range of new hybrid models and a new generation of Gran Turismo.