New Maserati Grecale Folgore is the first electric car of the brand

Masrati has unveiled the first model in its upcoming all-electric revolution. It’s called the Greckel Folgore, and it’s a pure electric variant of the SUV in its new sub-Levant that will arrive shortly after the introduction of the petrol-powered versions, which will go on sale sometime in 2023.

Greckel Folgore is one of six new all-electric maceratis we can expect by 2025, as part of the brand’s ‘Folgore’ electrification strategy. Maserati will make an electric version of the GranTurismo coupe in 2023, with zero emissions versions of the MC20 Supercar, Levante SUV and Quattroporte saloon in the pipeline.

The size of the Grecale Folgore makes it a rival to models like the BMW iX3 and Mercedes EQC, although it is designed to be visually compatible with the combustion engine versions of the Grecale.

The new ‘horizontal’ look applied to the front end draws inspiration from the new MC20 supercar, but with some added all-electric twists. The grille has been redesigned with a new low-drag look, but the trident of the prominent month remains. The lower part of the apron has also been modified, giving priority to aerodynamic efficiency when no longer required to cool the engine.

On the one hand, the Falgore looks exactly like the petrol-powered versions of the Greek. A new copper-colored new six-spoke aerodynamic wheel called the Rame Folgore will be available exclusively on the EV.

Maserati has not yet released Folgore’s cabin, but has confirmed that the Econil material will be widely used for interior furnishings. It is a nylon that uses recycled material from old fishing nets, found in other Stellantis EVs such as the Electric Fiat 500. It is almost certain that the same 12.3-inch digital instrument panel and Android Automotive powered 8.8-inch central touchscreen and the new digital clock voice command interface of the month.

Folgo regularly uses an adapted version of the car platform, a heavily updated version of the GeoGio architecture used by the Alfa Romeo Stelvio. Some technical specifications have been confirmed, such as 400v electrification and a battery size of 105kWh. Folgore’s motor systems will develop around 540bhp and 800Nm, but precise performance statistics, and most importantly, maximum range have not been confirmed. Charging technology is also a secret at the moment.

More details about the Grecale Folgore can be found near the 2023 launch of the car.

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