Maserati’s first electric SUV is the Grecale Folgore

Maserati is already following the reveal of an electrical GranTurismo with one other, decidedly extra sensible mannequin. The trident badge has launched its first electrical SUV, a Folgore version of its upcoming Grecale crossover. Whereas the corporate did not share many technical particulars, it promised a well-known 400-volt structure (not like the quicker 800V of the Porsche Taycan or Hyundai Ioniq 5) and beforehand indicated it would not share a platform with different Stellantis EVs. The Verge notes Maserati will as a substitute use a modified tackle the platform from Alfa Romeo’s Stelvio SUV.

The in-cabin tech additionally represents an improve for Maserati. The Grecale Folgore and its siblings will embody a digital instrument cluster (a primary for the model), a 12.3-inch foremost middle display screen and an 8.8-inch sub-screen for further controls. Passengers can have their very own touchscreen, too. You can even anticipate a 3D sound system with 14 audio system normal and 21 obtainable as an improve.

The Grecale Folgore is due in 2023 alongside two “delicate hybrid” variants, the 300HP GT and 330HP Modena, in addition to a gas-only Trofeo with the 530HP V6 from the MC20. The worth of the Folgore wasn’t obtainable, however the GT will begin the road at $63,500.

This and the GranTurismo aren’t Maserati’s solely EVs. The automaker additionally plans electrical variations of all its fashions by 2025, together with the GranCabriolet convertible, Levante SUV, MC20 Spyder sports activities automotive and Quattroporte sedan. Whereas Maserati will not utterly drop combustion engines till 2030, the marque’s function is obvious — it is turning into the vanguard for Stellantis’ upscale EV efforts.

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