The Maserati Grecale Barbie is here with 530 hp and an eye-watering price tag

Yes, it is a real vehicle.

by | Published on 27th Oct 2022

Maserati partnered up with Mattel to create a limited-edition Grecale dedicated to the world famous Barbie doll.

Believe it or not this is a real car, and it can be yours for $330,000.

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The car is finished in amazingly vivid shade of pink with yellow accents for the rear bumper and the front grille.

It is also festooned with ‘Barbie’ badging all around.


In addition to the ‘Barbie’ lettering on the front wheel arches, you’ve got a massive ‘B’ on the C-pillar.

The gloss black wheels complete the look along with the carbon diffuser and the shiny tailpipes.

The cabin is a little less flashy.

The seats are upholstered using a combination of black leather and sports fabric with contrast pink stitching.

Pink was also used for the door panels and the center console.

The Barbie Maserati is based on the high-performance ‘Trofeo’ version of the Grecale.

Under the hood, you’ll find Maserati’s flagship V6 ‘Nettuno’ engine, putting out 530 hp.

The car is no slouch: it does 0 to 60 mph in just 3.6 seconds, and it has a top speed of 177 mph.

Maserati said it will only build two units.

The first one will be available from Neiman Marcus, a luxury retailer based in Los Angeles, and priced at $330k.

Details about the second car will be revealed at a later date.

About the Barbie doll

The Barbie doll was first created by the Mattel toy company in 1959.

It was actually designed by Ruth Handler, the co-founder of Mattel.

It is one of the most recognizable brands in the world, generating over $1 billion in sales across more than 150 countries annually.

Barbie and her boyfriend Ken will be portrayed by Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling in the upcoming romantic comedy ‘Barbie‘, which is scheduled to hit the screen in 2023.



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