Italian luxury automaker Maserati on Wednesday said the company’s next SUV, the Grecelle, will be unveiled in Milan on November 16. The company says that, like its other vehicles, the Grekel SUV got its name from the wind. The automaker has a long history of naming its vehicles after the world’s most famous windmills. Mistral founded Rivaz in 1963. Ghibli, Bora and Khamsin were about to arrive.
Maserati introduced its first SUV, the Levante, in 2016 using the same naming method. According to the automaker, the upcoming Grackle, which will be the company’s second luxury SUV, is expected to play a major role in the brand and transform the everyday driving experience. The next Maserati Graçale is likely to share some styling cues with the Levante. The front grille is a large, dramatic mesh design with the Trident logo in the centre. Bright LED headlights surround the grille with integrated LED daytime running lights. There are huge air dams at both the ends of the front bumper.
Big, aggressive-looking alloy wheels, a gracefully sloping roof, and LED taillights will all be standard on the car. Inside the SUV will undoubtedly be a wide array of technologies along with utmost comfort. On the other hand, the automaker has failed to provide any information.
The Grecame SUV will be built on the Giorgio platform, which Alfa also uses for the Romeo Stelvio. Maserati offers a diverse selection of powertrains. Expect a powerful V6 engine to be paired with a hybrid powertrain in the upcoming premium SUV. The power output of the car is expected to be around 620 horsepower. However, the automaker is expected to reveal more details about Grekel’s design, the powertrain, within a few weeks.