Its unique feature is that it is available in coupé, convertible and electric models.
MC20 stands for Maserati Corse or Maserati Racing, and the company aims to mark its comeback to motorsport on in the year.
The driving modes in ascending order based on their sportiness are:
Stability control, suspension, and gear change can be adjusted.
Additionally, you can turn off the ESC completely, and in Sport and Corsa mode, the suspension can also be set back to soft.
The new Maserati MC20 is more reliable and forward-looking. It does not have to be a pure design object but is developed and built for its purpose.
An engine that offers performance but is still economical, with Alcantara racing seats, function-oriented controls, and Android Automotive as the infotainment operating system. Soon a hybrid version will be available.
MC20 Exterior Design
The MC20 has the stunning gullwing doors, as a coupe. The door can be opened with a button from the inside and equipped with sensors that recognize obstacles.
Therefore, the downforce is obtained from the bottom of the vehicle so that the top remains sleek and smooth.
There is an optional lift system available that could place the Maserati MC20 5 cm higher at the front of the basement garage ramp.
Maserati MC20 Interior
The MC20 features a new Maserati steering wheel, with a start button and also an Alcantara cover. The paddles shift are made of carbon or aluminum.
Overall, microfiber is often used in racing and is more breathable than animal leathers, and is even sporty because you won’t be moving around here and there.
In terms of seat comparison, the sports seat provides a pleasing experience for a luxury sports car. Also, individuals with above-average height still have plenty of headroom.
Also, a 10.25-inch instrument screen and infotainment system available inside. The audio system starts with six speakers; 12 from the Sonus Faber are optional. You have 50 liters of storage space at the front and 100 liters in the back.
Maserati MC20 Engine, Performance, and Spec
The new architecture allows high output at low consumption. The six cylinders are lighter and smaller.
The configuration was fully developed by Maserati and installed at the center of the new engine.
In truth, this will be the first time since 1998, where Maserati has designed and established its own engine entirely.
- Engine: 3.0 l V6 Twin Turbo
- Power: 630 PS (730 Nm)
- Transmission: 8-speed DCT
- 0-100: 2.9 s
- 0-200: 8.8 s
- Speed: max over 310 km/h
- Dimension: 4.67 m x 1.96 m x 1.22 m
- Wheelbase: 2.70 m,
- 0-100: 2.8 s
- 0-200: 8.9 s
- Speed: max over 310 km/h
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