- Maserati will reveal the MC20 in its entirety on September 9, 2020
- The ‘Nettuno’ engine will power the MC20 and is a bespoke 3.0-litre, twin-turbo V6 good for 622hp and 730Nm
- The new engine is touted to make its way to other Maserati models in due course
Maserati has released long-awaited technical details of the all-new bespoke V6 engine that will power its upcoming MC20 sportscar, ahead of the model’s unveiling on September 9, 2020.
Named Nettuno (Neptune), in reference to the mythical character associated with the brand’s trident logo, the twin-turbocharged 3.0-litre petrol motor produces 622hp and 730Nm – the same power output as the 2005 MC12 supercar, Maserati’s most powerful production model to date.
It’s said to pack “technological features derived from Formula 1, resulting in improved engine efficiency, increased performance and reduced consumption.”…