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Check out the Maserati Grecale Modena Limited Edition

The brand new Maserati Grecale has just been unveiled yesterday, but today we already have another news item to share from the Italian marque of the Trident, reserved for the US and Canada market, Maserati has opened an online reservation system to secure a Limited Edition version of their new Grecale, based on the Modena trim level, this version will only be available to reserve for a short period of time, and the combination of options will only be available on this specific model, ready for deliveries by the fall of 2022.

The Maserati Grecale Modena Limited Edition will come with these special options: the large, 21-inch Pegaso diamond-cut aluminum wheels, Adaptive Air Suspension with Skyhook damping, the Sonus faber 3D premium sound system, the amazing dual-pane panoramic sunroof, powered naturally, but there’s a catch, this ‘online special’ will only be available in five pre-selected exterior colors.


Nero Tempesta:

Blu Intenso:

Grigio Lava:

Rosso Granturismo:

As we’ve mentioned in our article yesterday, the Maserati Grecale Modena is powered by a four-cylinder mild-hybrid engine with a power output of 325 hp and features a limited-slip differential, while the driver gets all the comfort you would expect from a Maserati, like heated front seats, adaptive cruise control, active blind spot assist and active lane keep assist, while the multiple displays on the dashboard and central console consist of the Maserati Intelligent Assistant (MIA) Multimedia system, the latest infotainment with a central 12.3” touchscreen and a smaller 8.8” comfort touchscreen, but also a Heads-up Display, available as an option.

There is no mention of pricing in the official press release at this time, but if you want to reserve one of these Maserati Grecale Modena Limited Edition you will have to agree to a $500 refundable deposit, however, I did find some pricing online already, the Maserati Grecale GT, which is the entry-level model, is estimated to come with an MSRP of $65,000 while the top-of-the-line Trofeo edition with 530 hp will probably set you back at least $85,000, and the first indication for the Maserati Grecale Modena Limited Edition I found was $78,895, but remember that does include some interesting options already.