Think of a number and double it. You might be close to the price of this very special supercar.
When Maserati introduced the track-only variant of the Ferrari Enzo-inspired MC12 back in 2006, the lucky 12 who drove away in the "Versione Corse" did so after parting with $1.47 million. Needless to say, these stunning track monsters hardly ever hit the market. But chassis number two has just reared its pretty Italian head at a supercar dealership in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The 2005 Maserati MC12 Corsa now carries a price tag of $2,999,990, and comes finished in Blue Victory with a black and blue interior.
Obviously bought for investment purposes, there are only delivery miles on the odometer and the street-legal race car is in immaculate condition. The 6.0-liter V12 underhood is the same one used by the Ferrari FXX track car, tuned to generate 744 horsepower. Power is sent to the rear wheels via a heavily modified variant of the MC12's six-speed box, designed to offer quicker gear changes. 0-62 mph comes in at 3.8 seconds and top speed exceeds 202 mph. Stopping power is provided by steel and carbon racing brakes.