When they were starting out, Maserati built their name on racing and building exciting sports cars to compete with the likes of Ferrari and Lamborghini. But for the last few decades, their sports car ambitions have taken a back seat to producing sporty luxury cars, with their knowledge gained at the track, not really coming into play. But in 2020, they decided to change all of that. Debuting their new MC20, it was the brand’s first mid-engine road car since the Bora and Merak of the 1970s and combined modern styling with a powerful twin-turbocharged “Nettuno” V6, for a package aimed square at their Italian and German rivals. Producing 621 horsepower and 538 lb-ft of torque, the MC20 can sprint from 0-62 in under 3 seconds, faster than the Lamborghini Huracan EVO and will go on to a top speed of 202 mph. Thanks to the use of advanced composites, the MC20 is also an exceptionally light weight car for its class, coming in at just 3,240lbs, which is 410lbs lighter than the aforementioned Lamborghini. Upon the car’s release to journalists, it drew praise for not only its performance but its usability and comfort when going about day to day life.
Delivered new in Summer 2022, this car is finished in beautiful “Bianco Audace” Matte White paint, contrasted by a black roof, over heated black leather and alcantara seats with silver stitching. The car sports 20” Birdcage wheels in front of a set of Brembo carbon ceramic brakes with 6 piston calipers in front and 4 in the rear. A front lift system has been optioned and is a crucial feature on a car with such a low nose-controled by a button on the steering wheel, it is quick to rise and easy to access. An electronic limited slip differential gives the driver greater control over the vehicle thanks to its intelligent coupling system while also allowing for a more engaging driving experience. Inside the cabin we find a Sonus Faber premium audio system, with 12 speakers and 695 Watts of power, it is perfect for when you want to enjoy music instead of the 3.0 V6 “Nettuno” melody. The classic Trident logo is embroidered on the headrests and carbon fiber trim throughout the car give the driver a fantastic racing car feel. Originally part of an important car collection, this car has been barely driven, showing just 1.590 km on the odometer and is now ready to get driven by the next enthusiast owner.