Orders open for Maserati's first electric SUV, and here's the price

Presented in the spring of 2022 and then tested by the automotive press in April 2023... The Grecale Folgore, the first electric SUV from the Italian brand Maseratiafter a long gestation period, is finally available to order! Features and prices below.

Is it a coincidence of timing, but the opening of the Grecale Folgore order book corresponds exactly to the day of publication of the tests of the electric Porsche Macan by motoring journalists.


The advantage, for the time being, lies with Maserati, which is opening up its order book as of now, will be able to deliver its first customers in the 2nd quarter of 2024, compared with the 1st quarter of 2025 for Porsche.

The Maserati Grecale Folgore is designed for mainly in markets where the ecological penalty has a major impact on combustion-powered vehiclesThe company is also present in countries with well-developed recharging networks. Germany, France and Belgium come to mind. or the Netherlands. It's not certain that Folgore will be a priority in other countries for the time being.


The Grecale Folgore SUV starts at €122,900. By way of comparison, a 330 hp Grecale Modena that does 0 to 100 in 5.3 sec costs €90,800, and a 530 hp Grecale Folgore that does 0 to 100 in 3.8 sec costs €121,600. Except that you can add a €60,000 penalty for both combustion models, at least in France. Which makes the Folgore version the most affordable of all (unless a weight-based penalty is applied one day).

Here are the specifications of the Maserati Grecale Folgore.

Maserati Grecale Folgore
Price122 900 €
Power410 kW - 557 hp
Couple820 Nm
Vmax220 km/h
0 to 100 km/h4.1 sec
Autonomy500 km
Consumption24 kWh/100 km
Maximum load power150 kW
BatteryCATL Lithium ion NMC
Battery capacity105 kWh
Battery weight676 kg
Battery warranty160,000 km or 8 years
Weight (with battery)2480 kg

Maserati promises exceptional handling, as well asa distinctive new sound... we can't wait to try it out and make up our own minds!

Coming soon, a comparative article with competing models from BMW, Mercedes, Audi, Lotus and Porsche.


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