The Maserati Grecale makes its UK debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed

Like other models in the range, Greece comes in several trims: GT, Modena and, the sportiest trim, Trofeo, which will be the uphill driving variant at this year’s Festival of Speed. In line with the brand’s recently announced plans for full electrification of the entire lineup, the Grecale will also be the first model to debut the fully electric Folgore trim in 2023. This also makes the Grecale Folgore the first fully electric SUV in Maserati history.

Grecale is all about innovation, as evidenced by the new technical specifications, including the Maserati Intelligent Assistant (MIA) multimedia system, the latest infotainment system, Comfort Display and Heads-up Display.

To complete the driving experience, excellent dynamics with five configurable driving modes (Comfort, GT, Sport, Corsa (Trofeo only) and Off-Road) mean you can go from the most user-friendly driving with maximum comfort to intense emotions. very receptive.

Spectators at last year’s Festival of Speed ​​will see the new Maserati Nettuno engine in action when MC20 Supercars made a dynamic uphill debut in Supercar Run. Grecale shares this engine with the halo brand, and continues to represent a new era for Maserati. Festival goers will see Grecale in action for the first time in Batch 6 Hill Climb.

The MC20 will also take part in the iconic 1.16-mile track all weekend in the Supercar race.

The MC20 coupe is the first mid-engined two-seater supercar from the Trident brand to reach a top speed of over 202mph and is the first Maserati with a carbon fiber monocoque, meaning the whole car weighs 1500kg as a pen. Together with the powerful F1-derived Nettuno engine, this combination ensures an outstanding power-to-weight ratio, for a staggering acceleration and top speed, hitting 0-62mph in 2.8 seconds.

The new Spyder iteration of the highly anticipated coupe MC20 Sky , will also be at the festival for the first time in the UK. The MC20 Cielo was launched on May 25 this year in its birthplace of Modena, Italy, so it will be the first chance for British customers to see this car in metal.

Both MC20 models will be housed in the Supercar Paddock throughout the weekend.

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