Maserati has chosen one of the most prestigious motoring events to launch the new event for the first time Maserati Grecali Trofeo in the UK. Launched and unveiled in Italy in late March, it will be the first time UK customers will be able to see the manufacturer’s first D-segment Trident SUV, while continuing to do so. The famous climb of the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
As with the other models in the range, the Maserati Grecali is available in different trim levels: GT, Modena and Sport livery, the Trofeo that will represent the alternative on the grueling track of this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed. In line with the manufacturer’s recently announced plans for the full electrification of its range, Maserati Grecale will also be the first model to preview Folgore’s equipment All-electric from 2023: This also makes Grecale Folgore the first all-electric SUV in Maserati’s history.
Grecale focuses on innovation, as evidenced by the new technical specifications, in agreement, for example, with the multimedia system Maserati Intelligent Assistant (MIA), the latest generation infotainment, comfort screen and head-up display. To round out the driving experience, extraordinary dynamics with five configurable driving modes (Comfort, GT, Sport, Corsa (Trofeo only) and Off-Road) means you can switch from the most user-friendly driving with the utmost comfort, to Strong feelings of intense reaction.
Maserati Grecale continues to arrive in the UK following the introduction of the MC20 last year
Spectators at last year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed already witnessed the action of the new Maserati Nettuno engine as the MC20 super sports car made its supercar racing debut. This engine is shared by the Maserati Grecale, continuing to represent a new era for Maserati. So visitors to the festival will be able to see Grecale in action for the first time on the Batch 6 Hill Climb.
The MC20 will also take the iconic 1.16-mile course all weekend in the race for Supercars. This is Trident’s first two-seat super sports car with a top speed of 325 km/h, and it’s the first Maserati to feature a carbon-fiber monocoque seat, meaning the entire car weighs only a little. 1500 kilos. Combined with the powerful Neptune engine with technology derived from Formula 1, This combination ensures an exceptional weight/power ratio for impressive acceleration useful for covering the canonical 0-100 km/h in 2.8 seconds.
A new Spyder version, the highly anticipated Maserati MC20 Cielo, will also be present at the festival for the first time ever in the UK. The MC20 Cielo was launched on May 25 this year in its hometown of Modena, so this will be the first chance for UK customers to see this new sports car. Both Maserati MC20 models will be housed in the Supercar Paddock throughout the weekend.
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