16 Sep 2020

Not only is it a start to Maserati’s new age of advanced technology, the appearance of MC20 is also a milestone to the Italian brand’s design language.

Immediately after the MC20’s global launch in Italy last week, Maserati confirmed this mid-engine supercar’s front proportion would be the “face of the future” of all its product lines.

“The head of the MC20 with low radiator and high headlights is our new design language,” Klaus Busse, Maserati Design Director, told Autoblog. The inspiration for the Italian brand to launch this design comes from its iconic cars in the past, such as the “spiritual predecessor” of the MC20 itself, the MC12, born 15 years ago.

One thing in common among future Maserati models is LED daytime lights and, as previously stated, heat dissipation, but the company did not reveal how the rear of each vehicle will turn out.

Although design is one of the strongest points of the new MC20 with a modern supercar body, a significant part of its charm comes from the powertrain. The new twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 engine was built by Maserati after a long duration of borrowing an engine from its fellow Ferrari partner with an auxiliary combustion system, a technology previously only available on F1 racing.

Combined with an 8-speed dual-clutch gearbox and rear-wheel drive, the above engine can produce a maximum of 621HP and 730 Nm of torque. MC20 has the ability to accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in less than 2.9 seconds, reaching a top speed of 325 km/h.


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