Maserati has taken the wraps of its $1.275 million supercar, a new track-only version of the World Championship-winning Maserati MC12 called the Corsa and which will only be sold to valued Maserati customers who will be restricted to using their new supercar on private track days.
Available starting this fall, Maserati will build only 12 cars in total, each with a price tag of a million Euros ($1,275,000), plus tax. The sticker rivals that of the Bugatti Veyron, but there’s one twist: Maserati has no plans to homologate the MC12 Corsa for road use or motorsports.
The 6.0-liter V12 in the Maserati delivers 755 hp through a Cambiocorsa gearbox. The two-place MC12 Corsa features a carbon-fiber monocoque and weighs a mere 2,535 pounds. It rides on 18-inch wheels and tires, and is fitted with Brembo racing brakes.