The most powerful Maserati was officially unveiled on the 9th of September 2020.
This mid-engine performance vehicle with butterfly doors, is a two-seater convertible and has a name suggesting that Maserati would soon hit racing events with a track only version of the
car ; Maserati Corse (Corse translates to ‘racing’ in Italian).
The entire automobile is engineered with carbon fiber and aluminium which renders the least possible weight.
Maserati officially debuted their innovative, a
tech for powering the MC20, adopted from Formula 1 cars. Well, this new engine known as Nettuno is literally an avant-garde pulled of from race cars.
Nettuno is a twin-turbocharged V-6 that produces an output of 630 hp and a torque of 538 lb-ft.
The MC20, as claimed, could accelerate from 0 to 62 mph (100 kmph) in less than three seconds, with a top speed of over 200 mph.
But what really hit the headlines was that, Maserati is also planning an all-wheel drive all-electric trim for MC20, which would roll out any time soon. If this holds true, then Maserati would be another big badge that joins the electrification race.
However as of now, we do not have much details about the electric drivetrain which would power the electric variant.
The interior is pretty minimalist. The controls are focused on a central console. Styled with aluminium pedals and sassy leather, the interior falls under the definition of premium, though fundamental.
The vehicle also has a rear-view mirror fed with video output from a rear-facing camera, which is currently the trend setter amongst newly released wheels from luxury marques.
Up until now, there has been no official word about the pricing and trims, however it is safe to say that the starting price would hower somewhere around a grand sum of 200,000 USD.
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