With a length of 4,847 mm to 4,859 mm depending on the version, the Grecale is 150 mm shorter than the Levante and 160 mm longer than the Stelvio. The Grecale has a 2,901 mm wheelbase. It’s 1,948 mm to 1,979 mm wide and 1,659mm to 1,670 mm tall.
The Modena and Trofeo version have a rear wheel track widened by 34 mm compared to the GT model, to accentuate their sporty character.
The interior has a classic instrument cluster with a central 12.3-inch panel plus a smaller 8.8-inch comfort panel. Most operations are done by touch control.
The battery-electric version, called the Grecale Folgore, will have a 105-kilowatt-hour battery and deliver up to 800 newton meters of torque. It will have a 400-volt architecture, which is currently used by most battery-electric cars.
The full-electric version of the MC20 coupe and other future Maseratis will use an 800-volt architecture, which halves recharging times.