At the Goodwood Festival of Speed, Maserati is showing off its latest and greatest.
It’s no secret that Maserati has quite a bit in store for the near future, with the reveal of its smaller SUV, the Grecale, and the convertible version of the MC20 supercar, the new Maserati MC20 Cielo. What’s more is the fact that the sportiest version of the Grecale SUV, the Grecale Trofeo, possesses a 530-horsepower V6 engine, derived from the Nettuno engine that serves as the beating heart of the flagship MC20 supercar.
It’s this Grecale Trofeo that was chosen to take on the Goodwood hill climb to show off the new Maserati SUV’s full performance potential. Along with it, the new Maserati MC20 Cielo, and the MC20 Coupe are making appearances on the track. Maserati’s special guest is a familiar face: the brand’s global ambassador, David Beckham. Arriving at the festival in a Maserati Grecale Trofeo, he continues a partnership with Maserati that was forged in 2021. The Grecale Trofeo and MC20 will be on display in the First Glance Paddock and Supercar Paddock respectively for the duration of the Festival of Speed.