As it marks a new era for the brand, the Maserati MC20 embodies the perfect combination of performance, sportiness, and luxury. It is indeed a worthy successor to the well-renown MC12, as its bloodline is also infused with that racing DNA.
Known as the Maserati Corse and 20, this supercar’s design was based on the brand’s historic identity. Starting off with the butterfly doors which are indeed stunning yet still functional, given that this design element improves the car’s ergonomics and allows easy access to and from the cabin. Its body features such an artistic form all thanks to its sleek and well-planted lines. Part of the exterior package is a rear spoiler which improves the aerodynamics of the MC20. Notably, it was also designed to enable a coupé or convertible setup and for full electric power.
Ultimate sportiness and luxury awaits you inside this Maserati. It’s cabin sports a driver-oriented layout, it gets two 10-inch screens, specifically one for the cockpit and the other for the Maserati Touch Control Plus. As for practicality points, it also features a wireless smartphone charger and a handy storage compartment underneath the armrest. The ignition button and launch control are integrated on the steering wheel
Its beating heart is a 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6, that produces a mighty 621 hp and 730 Nm of torque. Surprisingly, these figures are actually synonymous with the MC12 despite it having half the cylinders and half the displacement only. The said mill is then paired with an 8-speed DCT. Now, this combination renders a top speed of 325 km/h, which is indeed fast for supercar standards.
In terms of performance and visual aspects, the MC20 does have strong reference from the MC12 which marked Maserati’s racing comeback in 2004. Apart from being such a strong comeback for the brand, the MC20 does showcase the brand’s rich history in developing driver-centric vehicles.