Maserati has a rich racing history. The company reminds of this at every opportunity, and the latest example is the MC Edition available for Ghibli, Levante and Quattroporte. The abbreviation stands for Maserati Corse. Such cars differ in color, external decor, interior trim, as well as equipment. For example, a power sunroof and a Bowers & Wilkins audio system are standard.
Maserati Ghibli, Levante and Quattroporte MC Edition can be ordered in one of two colors, symbolizing the company’s native Modena. A three-layer yellow color Giallo Corse with blue particles of mica will shimmer differently in the sun, matte blue Blue Vittoria “will charm with novelty and depth.” Both shades are complemented by piano black details, blue brake calipers and custom badging on the front fenders and B-pillars.
22″ wheels are only on the Levante MC Edition, while sedans have 21″ wheels. Inside, the seats are upholstered in black Nero Pienofiore leather with denim inserts and two-tone stitching, as well as decorative panels in blue carbon fiber. The MC Edition logos are embossed on the headrests, plus there is a special badge on the center console. Standard equipment includes a power sunroof, Bowers & Wilkins audio system and Driver Assistance package with a set of electronic assistants.
In Europe, the Middle East and APAC countries, the MC Edition will only be offered for modifications of the Trofeo with a 3.8-liter twin-turbo Ferrari G8. Since there are no such cars in China, a special version will be available there in combination with a 350-horsepower V6 3.0. They promise to deliver the car to dealers by the end of February.