September 9th 2020 saw Maserati with a new supercar launched, the MC20. With the new breed of car for the Maserati supercar marque, this is the first of a new era.
MC20 – MC for Maserati Corse and 20 for 2020, the year of its world première and the start of Maserati’s new era.
This is the first major launch since the sell-off in 2016 of Ferrari from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. This ensures Maserati are now the flagship and jewel in the crown of the group.
This stunning looking supercar is all-Italian design and build. Its roots could be argued to be seen in the Ferrari Enzo and it rivals McLaren. With a price tag of £187,000, it sits well in that market.
Heralded as the worthy successor to the MC12 by Maserati, the car is light (1,500 kg) and fast (630hp). Whilst it’s a sports car, every effort has been made for maximum driving comfort.
The new MC20 is the Maserati everyone has been waiting to see…. I think it’s been worth it don’t you?
Nettuno, the first engine in this new chapter of the Trident’s history, is the MC20’s twin turbo V6. The MC20 is truly a technologic gem, and it has already been awarded an international patent! This puts the MTC (Maserati Twin Combustion) technology, the ground-breaking combustion system developed in-house, onto the world’s roads.
With the heritage of this marque as a premium brand, these posters and prints are a worthy addition to motoring collectors’ walls.
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Written by: Steve
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