How would you spec your Maserati MC20?
A new era for Maserati has begun. This week, the Italian automaker lifted the wraps off the new MC20, Maserati's first supercar since the MC12 launched 15 years ago. Maserati's new mid-engine supercar is powered by a 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 sending 621 horsepower and 538 lb-ft of torque to the rear wheels.
This enables the Maserati MC20 to sprint from 0-62 mph in under 2.9 seconds and top out at over 202 mph, while the lightweight carbon fiber and aluminum body bring the curb weight down to just 3,306 pounds. Just days after the debut, the online configurator is already live so you can now spend hours building your perfect Maserati MC20 and pretend you can afford the steep $210,000 asking price.
Six exterior colors are available, including Bianco Audace (white), Nero Enigma (black), Rosso Vincente (red), Giallo Genio (yellow), Blu Infinito (blue), and Grigio Mistero (grey). We opted for the striking Blu Infinito finish, complemented with 20-inch forged wheels with matching blue brake calipers. Inside, the seats can be finished in black, orange, or blue, or a choice of six two-tone finishes. Naturally, we selected the blue seats to match the exterior color. Available packages for the Maserati MC20 include an exterior carbon fiber package that adds dark exhaust tips and a carbon fiber front splitter, rear diffuser, hood, and door and fender sill inserts.
An available carbon-fiber interior pack adds a cluster cap, paddle shifters, and door sills crafted in the lightweight material. A variety of optional extras can also be equipped, including a premium 12-speaker sound system, heated front seats, a sport steering wheel Alcantara inserts, a blind-spot alert system, a carbon fiber roof, and spoiler, and more.
With every option ticked, it's safe to say our fully-loaded Maserati MC20 will cost considerably more than the $210,000 MSRP. US deliveries for the Maserati MC20 will start in late 2021.