Maserati Grecale to make UK premiere at Goodwood Festival of Speed

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Maserati’s Grecale SUV will make its UK debut at one of the most prestigious automotive events in the region, the Goodwood Festival of Speed. That said, it will be the first time UK customers will get to see the Trident brand’s first compact SUV in the metal, taking on the famous “hill climb.”

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • What powers the Maserati Grecale?

    The Maserati Grecale is powered by the Maserati Nettuno engine, an F1-derived 3.0-liter, six-cylinder, twin-turbo, gasoline-fed power plant.
  • What other Maserati cars will be present at the Goodwood Festival of Speed?

    Other Maserati cars to appear include the MC20 super sports car and the MC20 Cielo.
  • Helping the Maserati Grecale power through the Goodwood hill climb is the Maserati Nettuno engine, the same power plant that powered the MC20 when it took on the Supercar Run in Goodwood last year. Sharing the similar F1-derived 3.0-liter, six-cylinder, twin-turbo, gasoline-fed mill, the Maserati Grecale will continue to represent a brand-new era for Maserati.

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    Speaking of which, the Maserati Grecale will be joined by the MC20 — the Trident brand’s super sports car — returning for the Supercar category of the iconic 1.16-mile course.

    Also making an appearance is the MC20 Cielo, the all-new Spyder iteration of the MC20 coupe.

    The Goodwood Festival of Speed happens from June 23 to 26.

    In the Philippines, Maserati recently launched the Levante GT Hybrid. The locally offered electrified SUV is powered by a four-cylinder, 2.0-liter engine complemented by a 48-volt mild hybrid system.

    Photos from Maserati

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