Or at least some parts of it.
Maserati is preparing to unveil its most important new model yet: the Grecale, the Italian automaker's second luxury SUV that will be positioned below the larger Levante. Maserati has already previewed the Grecale in teaser images of a camouflaged prototype undergoing testing. Just last week, we also got our first glimpse at the high-performance Maserati Grecale Trofeo, which could share the Stelvio Quadrifoglio's 2.9-liter twin-turbo V6.
Maserati has confirmed the Grecale will officially debut in November, but a Polish online store called Allegro is already selling parts of the new SUV taken from a pre-production prototype. This gives us an early look at what the production SUV will look like when the covers come off.
At the time of writing, 11 Grecale parts are currently listed for sale including the hood, front bumper with grille, headlights, taillights, fenders, headlights, and 21-inch wheels. Unsurprisingly, the Grecale shares cues with its Levante sibling, sporting a very familiar-looking front bumper and grille featuring vertical slats.
The leather steering wheel also looks like the wheel inside the new MC20 and the redesigned LED headlights and taillights appear to match the lights on prototypes we have already seen. It's not clear, however, if the parts for sale came from the regular Grecale prototype or the Trofeo version.
Bizarrely, the same Polish online shop also sold parts of the M5 CS before the sports sedan debuted.
Since the Grecale shares the same platform as the Alfa Romeo Stelvio, power will be sourced from a 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-four engine in the base model. In the Stelvio, this unit generates 280 hp and 306 lb-ft of torque. A plug-in hybrid version of the Grecale will also join the lineup. When it goes on sale next year, the Grecale will compete with the Porsche Macan. With pre-production parts already available to buy, it's probably only a matter of time before the Grecale leaks in full.