MILAN -- Maserati said it will unveil its Grecale SUV on March 22 after its presentation was postponed last year.
The launch, initially scheduled for November, was moved to the spring of this year due to a global chip shortage.
The new model will be built at parent Stellantis' Cassino plant, central Italy, where the automaker already produces Alfa Romeo's Stelvio SUV and the Giulia sedan.
The Grecale will be positioned below the Maserati Levante and will compete with SUVs such as the Porsche Macan and BMW X3.
It will be underpinned by parent Stellantis' Giorgio platform, currently used for the Stelvio, and it's expected to have a full-electric version.