Speaker 1: Maserati has unveiled the Gali an SUV vehicle everyday exceptional design wise. The Gali has somewhat similar lines to the Porsche McCann with curves and gentle features. The face looks somewhat familiar to the Maserati empty 20 super car, which isn't a bad thing. The grill is bold with a hint of the new BMW oversized grill shape with a giant [00:00:30] Maserati Trident on show. A new wheel design carries that Trident design through to the rest of the car as well. Electronic door handles help keep the side of the car smooth and clean and towards the rear, the sea pillar brings back a little bit more angular to the design and gives the GRA a slightly hot hatch feel from that part. Overall, it's a clean look sporty without looking too aggressive in the interior, fine leather [00:01:00] metal and fiber work together to give a classic feel augmented with a very modern looking set of screens in the infotainment interface and a new digital clock mounted on the dashboard that blends traditional and modern styles.
Speaker 1: The onboard sound system has been developed together with Italian specialists. Sonos favor should sound pretty tasty, pumping out your favorite tunes. This new SUV will be available in three trim levels. [00:01:30] The GT and Moderna trims will pack a four cylinder mild hybrid engine. Good for 296 and 325 horsepower respectively with a top spec tra failed version, featuring a V six engine kicking out 523 horsepower Maserati says that a full EV version will be coming at some point as well. That will feature a 400 volt architecture. This luxury SUV will measure in at 191 [00:02:00] inches long with a wheel base of 140 inches. It'll stand 66 inches tall and it'll be 85 inches wide, including the wing mirrors Maserati claims that Gali will have the best in class interior space, drivability and performance. And on that front, the trai version should top out at 177 miles per hour and get from zero to 60 in 3.6 seconds. According to Maserati, the Gali should [00:02:30] be available in the us from this fall.