The Maserati MC20 supercar has been revealed and it will spearhead a bold multi-billion pound revival plan for the historic Italian marque that includes a return to its performance-focused and racing roots.
Initially being sold with a mid-mounted, twin-turbo V6, the new halo model will also offer electric power in the future. Convertible and motorsport versions are also on the cards.
- The MC20 has a rear-wheel drive layout and can do 0-100kph sprint in 2.3 sec
- It uses Maserati’s Neptune – 3.0-litre, twin-turbo V6 engine making 630hp and 730Nm
- Maserati will bring the MC20 to India in the future
What is the Maserati MC20’s design like?
Following the overhaul of Maserati’s product plan, the MC20 was designed at the firm’s Modena base in around 24 months. It has direct design links to its MC12 predecessor, and Maserati claims that it’s also intended to reflect…