Maserati takes its place on the agenda with the MC20. The MC20 was produced at Maserati’s historic Viale Ciro Menotti factory in Turin and has been Maserati’s home since 1940, in the historic Viale Ciro Menotti factory, and became Maserati’s first modern mid-engine super sports car. The car performs equally well on the track and on the road, and is also noted for its impressive butterfly doors. The brand’s 630 horsepower turbocharged V6 “Nettuno” engine is located in the MC20 and it is stated that this engine accelerates the vehicle to 100 km per hour in less than 3 seconds, which is a really high engine performance.
The MC20 is a mid-engined sports car. Two-seater convertibles or coupes with a minimalist cabin are available. The company has used the latest innovations in motorsport engineering to create a carbon fiber structure complete with aluminum subframes for both the drivetrain and suspension. These design features ensure the lightest possible weight to develop top speeds. Under the hood is a twin-turbocharged V6 engine producing 630 horsepower. This engine is known as the Nettuno and comes with the same dual combustion system found in Formula 1 race cars. This powerful engine pairs an eight-speed automatic transmission to produce a 0-60 mph top speed in less than three seconds and a top speed of over 200 mph. Shortly after the MC20, an electric MC20 will also be launched. We don’t know much details about this model yet.
The new triumph of Italian motorsport engineering. The high-tech, ultra-light Carbon Fiber Monocoque body has been developed to make the MC20 stronger, faster, safer and dynamically outstanding thanks to its high rigidity and rigidity.
The MC20 has 4 special driving modes.
GT driving mode: Where performance and comfort really meet. Suitable for everyday use.
Sport mode: Track excitement.
Corsa driving mode: It reaches maximum power instantly. Gear changes are super fast.
Wet drive mode: Helps keep your MC20 under control by limiting engine power when accelerating or cornering when it’s raining or the asphalt is slippery.
Prepared by ; Ezgi Altunkaya