The 2023 Maserati Grecale Modena is available to order before the start of the US roadshow

Maserati has opened reservations for the special 2023 Grecale Modena Limited Edition in the United States and Canada, and has announced a roadshow for the new SUV.

The Greckel Modena Limited Edition was unveiled in March, shortly after the cover of the ‘Standard’ Greckel was removed. It comes standard with 21-inch Pegaso machine polished aluminum wheels, adapted air suspension with skyhook damping, a 14-speaker Sonus Faber audio system, a number of distinctive features including a panoramic roof and is offered in Bianco (white), Niro. Tempesta (Black Storm), Blue Intenso (Intense Blue), Grigio Lava (Lava Gray), and Rosso Granturizmo (Red).

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The Maserati Grille has equipped the Modena with a slightly more powerful version of its light-hybrid 2.0-liter four-cylinder, which is now pumping 325 hp or 29 hp more than the same engine in the Base Grille. The torque sits at 332 lb-ft (450 Nm) and the SUV can accelerate to 62 mph (100 km / h) in 5.3 seconds.

The Italian carmaker notes that the Grecale Modena is only available for reservation through its website, but it is not yet clear how many units will be built or how much it will cost. We all know that স্থাপন 500 deposit is required to place a reservation and distribution should start this fall.

To run the campaign for Greekel, the month will launch a roadshow with it in June, with SUV traveling to 14 states where it will make 40 stops. Shoppers will have a chance to see Grecale at each of these stops. All three variants of the Greekel will take part in the roadshow, including the standard GT’s 296 hp mild-hybrid, limited-powered Modena and the flagship Trophy, powered by the tweaked version of the MC20’s Twin-Turbo 3.0. -Litter V6 and churn out 523 hp and 457 lb-ft (620 Nm).

The month’s trip will stop in Arizona, California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Texas and Virginia.

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