New Maserati MC20 Cielo Joins Classics Cars At The I.C.E. St. Moritz 2023

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The event allows classic car owners the opportunity to drive their works of art on ice.

Maserati has announced that it will continue its partnership with The I.C.E. St. Moritz (International Concours of Elegance) in 2023.

The two-day open-air exhibition event in Switzerland allows members of the public to view classic cars in the metal, while the owners and collectors that have brought these cars out get the opportunity to drive them on a snow-covered track. It looks like a lot of fun, as the event allows people to drive their classic artworks in ways they never otherwise would, but it's also a classy setting for some of the world's elite brands to show off their latest wares.

With that in mind, what does Maserati plan to bring to the party?


The storied Italian automaker will present numerous rare classics, including the 420M/58 Eldorado, a one-off single-seater racecar built to compete in the second edition of the 500 Miles of Monza in 1958. Also present will be the 3500 GT Vignale Coupe and the original Mistral from 1963 (not the W16 Mistral from Bugatti).

If old-school metal doesn't pique your interest, modern members of the Maserati family will bring a splash of freshness to the marque's exhibition with the one-off Grecale Fuoriserie Mission from Mars, the new GranTurismo Trofeo, and the GranTurismo Folgore, the first all-electric Maserati, but likely not the last.


In addition to these exciting show cars, Maserati will present a one-of-a-kind MC20 Cielo that has been altered by the brand's Fuoriserie division. This in-house design program is Maserati's answer to the likes of Rolls-Royce Bespoke and Bentley Mulliner, offering customers of the Italian automaker myriad ways of personalizing their cars directly from the factory. Further details on what to expect from the customized drop-top supercar have not been provided, but we can see a satin paint finish that blends grey with vibrant yellow. With the right application of accents, the MC20 Cielo looks even more exotic.

If you'd like to see these cars in person and don't mind a long flight, Maserati will be in the town of St. Moritz on February 24 and 25.


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