Maserati Grecale features at 50th G7 summit in Borgo Egnazia, Puglia

Maserati Grecale official car at the 50th G7 summit in Borgo Egnazia
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Modena, 13 June 2024 – Maserati Grecale is the official car of the 50th meeting of the G7, taking place under the Italian presidency at Borgo Egnazia, in the municipality of Fasano di Puglia, from 13 to 15 June 2024.

In one of the most important and significant institutional events in the world, Maserati Grecale is confirmed as the ideal vehicle for official events: an “everyday exceptional” car in all its guises.

A fleet of 20 Grecales, in the Modena version, accompany the representatives of the participating countries in their movements during the summit, providing the comfort and elegance ensured by the Trident's 100% “Made in Italy” SUV.

All the cars feature Storm Black metallic paint, black leather interiors with grey stitching, privacy rear windows and 20” wheels in gloss black, with their red brake callipers standing out.

With its 330-hp 4-cylinder mild hybrid engine, Grecale Modena perfectly embodies the concepts of innovation, versatility and luxury, offering an optimal driving experience in everyday use. Grecale Modena guarantees the utmost space, innovative technological content, a discreet style, but is at the same time dynamic and captivating, sealed by the unmistakable sound of the Maserati engine and the power of the three-dimensional Sonus faber audio system.

Grecale is also available in the GT variant, equipped with a 300-hp 4-cylinder mild hybrid; in the powerful Trofeo version with the 530-hp Nettuno V6; and in the innovative Folgore version, with its 100% electric 410-kW engine and 400-volt technology, the Trident’s first full-electric SUV.

At the Press Room, set up in a dedicated area of the Fiera del Levante trade fair venue in Bari, Maserati is exhibiting two cars: a GranTurismo Trofeo, a veritable icon of the House of the Trident, in the Giallo Genio colour; and the MC20 Cielo spyder super sports car, featuring Blue Victory livery.

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