Maserati unveils new MC20 supercar on official videoAugust 31, 2020
The Italian brand has posted a video showing the new MC20 supercar. The car will be officially presented on September 9. We also received a number of fresh photos from tests of a prototype of an Italian mid-engine supercar.
Originally scheduled for May, the Italian brand’s all-new supercar world debut has been pushed back to September due to the coronavirus pandemic that has “disrupted” the entire automotive industry. The carmaker with the trident logo has run an active ad campaign in the past few months that has focused on the all-new MC20. A couple of minutes ago, the press service of the brand published a video in which they show us the novelty without any camouflage.
In the teaser, we can see a supercar body with wide fenders and a ventilated engine cover at the rear.
Despite the fact that it is not as hardcore in appearance as its predecessor – the MC12, the new MC20 is positioned as the spiritual successor to the MC12 and a thoroughbred Maserati.
In addition, recently released “spy” shots show a prototype of the supercar, which shows the production body – you can see the blue paint on the front trunk and side vents in front of the rear wheels.
Beneath this beautiful engine cover is the newly developed “Nettuno” V6 twin-turbo 3.0 liter engine producing 630 horsepower (730 Nm). This is the first Maserati engine in 20 years to be engineered with electrification in mind, as the MC20 will be hybridized in the future.
Not so long ago, AutoTimewsNews wrote that the high-performance Maserati Ghibli Trofeo and Quattroporte Trofeo received new engines. The Italian brand has unveiled its Ghibli and Quattroporte sedans in the powerful Trofeo version. New items, which are equipped with V-shaped “eights” produced by Ferrari, can now accelerate to 326.6 km / h.
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