Maserati Grecale Modena

Three highly customised Maserati models have arrived in Australia for a series of VIP
previews, in celebration of growing local interest in Maserati Fuoriserie, the global
personalisation program that empowers owners to tailor a Maserati to their distinctive
character and expansive desires.

The special models on private showcase locally – Grecale Fuoriserie Mission from Mars,
Levante Fuoriserie and Ghibli Trofeo Fuoriserie – offer a window into Maserati Fuoriserie.
Available to clientele in Australia, owners can realise their own distinctive one-of-a-kind
Maserati in collaboration with the marque’s expert design team in Modena, Italy.

All Maserati owners have a wide choice of colours and accoutrements, such as carbon
fibre options and interior treatments, through to wheel size and style to select from.
Maserati Fuoriserie builds on this already high level of personalisation by offering full
access to the artisans of Maserati’s design studio in Italy.

Maserati Fuoriserie empowers customers to unleash their audacity and set their own rules
through an array of bespoke colour combinations and design concepts.

The Grecale Fuoriserie Mission from Mars customises the forthcoming Grecale SUV to the
absolute limit. A special textured metallic is paint inspired by mineral dust and metal
erosion is used on components inside and out. The exteriors are painted in Galactic
Orange, a Fuoriserie interpretation of the bodywork in a multi-layered colour. Its highly-
liquid base is reminiscent of molten metal, on top of an intense, futuristic and almost
frosted orange-red resin.

The exterior is enhanced by special grey-tyred Vortex wheels that mimic the displacement
of air when travelling at speed. The badges are specific and the Trident on the C-pillar
merges into the bodywork, giving it a 2-D aspect, in larger proportions than usual. The
design of the Trident logo has been revisited with a glitch effect, both symbolising the
rhythm of the waves and information incoming from outer space and recalling the feeling of
movement at very high speed.

Maserati Grecale Modena

The mirror effect is similar to a solar lens, here embedded in the dark orange of the
bodywork. A 12.3″ screen, the largest ever seen in a Maserati, bestows the dashboard
while a special ‘star chart’.

Accompanying the Grecale Fuoriserie Mission from Mars on its local voyage, the Levante
Fuoriserie and Ghibli Trofeo Fuoriserie are interpretations adorned with unique design
elements and combinations to inspire audacious, fearless expressionism.

The Ghibli Trofeo Fuoriserie boasts a Blu Inchiostro exterior, harking back to the heritage
of Maserati – blue being a primary colour for Bologna, the city where Maserati was
founded in 1914. The vehicle is matched with a Couio Tan Pieno Fiore leather interior,
further impressing the vehicle’s Italian roots adding true class and elegance. While the
Ghibli Trofeo Fuoriserie appeals to a more traditional Maserati buyer, the Levante
Fuoriserie is designed with a new generation of buyer in mind – those who are
emboldened to stand out from the crowd. Its exuberant, vivacious design incorporates
Urban Green exterior paintwork with intricate hints of deep, metallic gold that come alive
when drenched in sunlight. The three vehicles together highlight the beauty of the
Fuoriserie program, catering to all tastes.

The three Fuoriserie vehicles have a fleeting visit in Australia before continuing a voyage
around Asia Pacific.

Our access to the Grecale Fuoriserie Mission from Mars represents the first preview of
Grecale locally, globally announced in March 2022. Local pricing and timings for first
customer deliveries of Grecale in Australia will be confirmed in coming months.


About Ewan Kennedy

Ewan Kennedy, a long-time car enthusiast, was Technical Research Librarian with the NRMA from 1970 until 1985. He worked part-time as a freelance motoring journalist from 1977 until 1985, when he took a full-time position as Technical Editor with Modern Motor magazine. Late in 1987 he left to set up a full-time business as a freelance motoring journalist. Ewan is an associate member of the Society of Automotive Engineers - International. An economy driving expert, he set the Guinness World Record for the greatest distance travelled in a standard road vehicle on a single fuel fill. He lists his hobbies as stage acting, travelling, boating and reading.
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