Maserati 'Grecale Mission from Mars' looks like a Martian rover
Maserati has launched a one-off model of its Grecale SUV, called the 'Grecale Mission From Mars.' The company has billed it as an order from Mars. The car has a Galactic Orange finish and several other customizations that are inspired by Mars and space travel. This one-off model is part of the Fuoriserie program. To recall, the Grecale SUV was unveiled earlier this month.
- Maserati's Fuoriserie program is known for producing some astonishing and unique customized cars for wealthy customers.
- This time around, it's a wealthy Martian who has used the program and the result is something that is bound to spike our curiosity with one look. All jokes aside, the Grecale Mission from Mars has certainly got the world looking up to the sky in wonder.
Maserati Grecale Mission from Mars sports a Galactic Orange paintjob, a custom set of Vortex wheels, a triangular badge with the Maserati trident on the front fender, and projector headlights. It is flanked by door graphics with the name of the car and timer displaying hours, minutes, and seconds. A Trident emblem with a glitching effect on the C-pillar grace the rear end.
Maserati has not disclosed any information about the powertrain of the Grecale Mission from Mars. The standard variants of the SUV are available with 4- and 6-cylinder engine options that generate a maximum power of up to 530hp and peak torque of up to 620Nm.
Maserati Grecale Mission from Mars features a luxurious cabin with Black Alcantara seats "inspired by the electric currents on Mars with astronauts' spacesuits" and a panoramic sunroof with a star chart. The upholstery technology used in the car involves multiple processes like transverse lasering, silicone coatings, etc. The rest of the interior is similar to the standard model, including the 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment panel.
Maserati is unlikely to reveal the price of the Grecale Mission from Mars model considering it is a custom model. However, going by the unique customizations, it should carry a hefty premium over the standard Grecale GT which starts at $64,995 (around Rs. 49.43 lakh).