2024 Maserati Grecale Folgore spy shots: Electric crossover spotted

The electrical model of Maserati’s upcoming Grecale has been noticed for the primary time.

The Grecale is a small crossover twinned with the Alfa Romeo Stelvio, and its debut is about for March 22.

Whereas it’ll initially arrive with internal-combustion energy, this electrical variant will be a part of the lineup in 2023—the identical 12 months that Maserati will launch an electrical model of its redesigned GranTurismo that is additionally at present testing.

Teaser for 2023 Maserati Grecale debuting on March 22, 2022

Teaser for 2023 Maserati Grecale debuting on March 22, 2022

In comparison with the internal-combustion Grecale, the electrical variant options extra streamlined fascias at each ends. There’s additionally a scarcity of exhaust suggestions.

The electrical Grecale will problem high-end variations of the Tesla Mannequin Y, in addition to an electrical Porsche Macan additionally due in 2023.

Powertrain particulars have not been introduced however a dual-motor all-wheel-drive setup is probably going. A stronger setup with three electrical motors (one on the entrance and two on the rear) is a chance. Such a setup will ship greater than 1,200 hp within the electrical GranTurismo.

Teaser for Maserati GranTurismo Folgore debuting in 2023

Teaser for Maserati GranTurismo Folgore debuting in 2023

Maserati’s electrical autos will function the identify Folgore, which is Italian for “lightning.” Each car in Maserati’s lineup will both be electrical or provide an electrical choice by 2025, together with the MC20 supercar.

Electrical variations of the MC20, GranTurismo and Grecale will use Maserati-specific platforms, the automaker has confirmed, suggesting they may use current Maserati platforms transformed to electrical energy. Additional out, search for the Quattroporte and Levante to be redesigned on devoted EV platforms from father or mother firm Stellantis. The Ghibli will not grow to be electrical because the car shall be dropped after the present technology.

Manufacturing of the Grecale is being dealt with at Stellantis’ plant in Cassino, Italy, the place the Stelvio is constructed. Keep tuned for Tuesday’s reveal of the internal-combustion variant, and for updates on the event of the electrical one.

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