The first of its kind. The Maserati super sports car theat pushes the boundaries of time. Race audaciously into a brave new future.
Italian motorsport engineering triumphs again. The hi-tech, ultra-light Carbon Fiber Monocoque was developed to make the MC20 stronger, faster, safer and dynamically phenomenal thanks to its high torsional and bending stiffness. Every inch of the MC20 is crafted for a one-of-a-kind driving excitement. Mid-engine, fast forward. The light MC20 body ensures a prodigious power to weight ratio, for a jaw-dropping acceleration and top speed. Out on the open road, the GT driving dynamics deliver a world of benefits. Take it to the racing line and it’ll immediately feel at home.
Next-gen interface – a customizable TFT instrument cluster 10.25″ and a 10.25″ connected infotainment system. The MC20 DCT 8-Speed Gearbox comes with Mechanical (standard) or Electronic (optional) Limited-Slip Differential to help you get its insane amount of power to the road without leaving a cloud of tire smoke behind you. (Always drive within your ability and experience level and consistent with conditions.) Race-inspired refinement. Every detail heightens the connection between you and your MC20.
In the driver’s seat, nothing distracts from the sporty experience. Essentials-only interior – each component serves a practical purpose. Inspired by luxury watches, the precious mechanical drive mode selector graces the Carbon Fiber central tunnel, reminding everyone onboard they are in a Maserati. Racing minimalism with the distinctive Maserati luxury touch also in the choice of the finest leather, Alcantara® and carbon fiber. The best sound Made in Italy. The incredibly sounding MC20 is the first Maserati to feature the optional Sonus Faber High-Premium Audio System. Butterfly wing doors set the scene and make it easier to get in and out.
|Max power||345-hp @ 5,250 rpm|
|Fuel tank capacity||21.1 gal.|
|Engine||3.0 L V6|
|Drivetrain||Rear Wheel Drive|
|Fuel Type||Premium unleaded|
|Maximum torque||369 lbs.-ft. @ 1,750 rpm|
|Max speed||166 mph / 267 km/h|
|Length||195.7 in (4,971 mm)|
|Width||76.6 in (1,946 mm)|
|Height||57.5 in (1,461 mm)|
|Wheelbase||118.0 in (2,997 mm)|
|Passenger volume||108.0 cu.ft.|
|Compression ratio||9.70 to 1|
|Engine bore x stroke||3.4″ x 3.3″|
|Curb Weight||3,990 lbs.|
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