2023 Maserati Grecale – The new Grecale crossover is an important part of Maserati’s growing EV range. The entire range of Maserati electric automobiles will carry the Folgore name (that means “lightning” in Italian) and Maserati has announced its 2024 model will be branded Grecale Folgore alongside the standard model. Its gasoline-powered 2023 Grecale GT, Modena and Trofeo models are set to debut this summer and the Folgore isn’t expected to be launched in America until the fall of 2023. The U.S. until fall 2023.
2023 Maserati Grecale Redesign
Meanwhile, Maserati has provided a couple of interesting specs regarding the EV. It will come with a 105.0-kWh battery. The electric motors – we think there’ll be a minimum of two of them — will generate 590 pounds of torque. Maserati isn’t yet determining the battery’s data to be its capacity usable or net, however, the Grecale Folgore’s batteries will be the largest in its kind. The Audi Q4 e-tron’s battery, for instance, is 77.0-kWh of power that can be used. The torque number is, for instance, higher than the Grecale Trofeo’s twin-turbo 3.0-liter V-6 engine, which is rated at 457 pounds-feet of torque.
Visually, the Folgore appears to have the same body as that from the gas model, however certain features distinguish it as one that is electric. The grille’s concave looks different and is sealed off. There are some fascinating design wheels and badges with a theme of folgore along the side. The car in the picture has copper-colored paint, known as Rame Folgore that is available only through electric Grecale. Maserati claims to utilize recycled materials for the interior and the exterior, which is made of recycled nylon fabric, known as Econyl.
Instead of utilizing Stellanti’s latest electric platforms, the Grecale Folgore is a modified version that is based on the Giorgio platform, which is utilized to run the classic Grecale and other gas models such as the one from Alfa Romeo Stelvio. We’re not sure what this means in terms of the packing for motors and batteries, but Maserati confirmed that it would confirm that the Folgore will have all-wheel drive as an alternative.
2023 Maserati Grecale Release Date & Price
Expect Maserati to offer an additional amount for the Folgore in comparison to the standard Grecale which is priced at $64.995. According to what we’ve learned regarding the vehicle’s specs it shouldn’t come as a surprise to find it priced at around $75,000.