Maserati is not the kind of brand that build grocery getters. And even when it made an SUV, it gave it a hot version, which was the Grecale Trofeo.
With a similar design to the regular Grecale, the Trofeo sported a few design elements that were unique to it. For instance, the "Trofeo" badges on the front fenders, above the traditional three squared shapes that denoted a V6 engine under the hood. Also, it sported a different, more aggressive front fascia with a lower lip that linked the air scoops installed on the sides of the bumper. In addition, the black grille with eight vertical slats and the trident badge in the middle created a different look for the car's front fascia. At the back, the Trofeo was 34 mm (1.34") wider than the standard Grecale GT version. To top it all off, the car sported four exhausts at the back, blended into the black lower apron. The 21" light-alloy wheels were standard for the Trofeo.
Inside, it looked similar to the rest of the range. Like most of the famous Maserattis in the past, it featured leather upholstery with contrast stitching and exclusive materials. Its four displays were a statement for the modern design, with a 12.3" monitor on the center stack above an 8" touch-screen for the comfort controls, another 12.3" TFT inside the instrument cluster, and, finally, a small clock in the middle of the dashboard.
Under the hood, Maserati installed the three-liter, twin-turbo V6 powerplant that sent power in all corners via an eight-speed automatic transmission. With 530 horses on tap, it was no wonder that it could compete with many supercars in terms of performance.