On the roads of Italy was seen the prototype of the new model of the company Maserati. We are talking about sports MC20, presentation of which will take place in may of this year. Now the novelty is the early stages of testing.
Maserati calls its new high performance model “Supersports car”, representing “the natural evolution” of the cult MC12, which was built based on the Ferrari Enzo. It may not seem obvious, if to judge on this particular test prototype of the new items that were sealed on the streets of Modena (Italy). But second, this is just an early test sample of a supercar, and the final version will look very different.
What may seem like a camouflaged Alfa Romeo 4C with a set of double rear lights, reminding us of the Japanese supercar Nissan GT-R R33 generation, is actually a brand new MC20.
Most likely, Maserati uses as a masking model of the body 4C in the performance of Frankenstein Edition – at this stage there is testing of the newly designed powerplant, which will be the basis of the new MC20. I must say that the engine sounds good at low speeds.
Although the resemblance to a toddler 4C is pretty obvious, Maserati MC20 is unlikely to have any relevance to the slow-selling nimble sports car Alfa Romeo from the point of view of aesthetics. It will be a new high-performance machine designed from scratch, and the first new model of the company for many years. At the moment the information about the engine no.
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When at the beginning of this month, Maserati has released the teaser stating the name of the new model, it was mentioned that the MC20 will be built at the plant in Modena (Italy), where also will be collected and a new electric motor.
Named in honor of the “Maserati Corse” and 2020, MC20 will be presented toward the end of may as part of a “new era in the history of Maserati”.