Sadly, we get very little information accompanying these photos besides the fact that Stellantis CEO Carlos Tavares and Chairman John Elkann visited Maserati’s Modena, Italy plant this week, with the former getting a road test of a prototype Grecale. The two Stellantis representatives also took a tour of the MC20 supercar’s new production line, paint shop, and Nettuni Engine Lab, together with Maserati CEO Davide Grasso.
Tavares didn’t disclose his impressions of the road test, but that’s to be expected considering that the Grecale is being kept so well under wraps that even the wheels are camouflaged. But as a critical new model for the brand, we expect that it should be beautifully built. While we wait for its release, let’s recap what we know about the baby SUV so far.