During last year’s FIA GT championship Maserati drove their competitors into the ground with the MC12 GT1 (which already spawned the MC12). On the occasion of the overall victory, Maserati introduced the limited edition (12 units) MC12 Corsa.
Edo Competition decided that the Maserati MC12 was not powerful enough, so they decided to increase the power with 170 hp. This way the output goes up to 800 hp at 8500 rpm. The maximum torque is 575 lbs-ft at 5800 rpm.
With this power the MC 12XX will make the 0 to 60 mph sprint in just 3 seconds and have a top speed of 242 mph. With the air-in-take from made from carbon, the weight was reduced with 220 lbs. Edo competition programm for Maserati MC 12XX
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Making its debut at the Bologna Motor Show is the Maserati MC12 Versione Corse, a car designed to offer a highly select clientele the chance to try their hand at driving one of the most extreme supercars now available on the market.
The MC12 Versione Corse is based on the MC12 GT1 which won the FIA GT1 Manufacturers’ Championship in 2005, the Team Championship in 2005 and 2006, the Drivers’ Championship in 2006, and two consecutive editions of the Spa 24 Hours, in 2005 and (...) > Full story
Maserati has taken the wraps of its $1.7 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.
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: (...) > Full story
Maserati designed a new road-going Grand Tourer known as the MC12 from which a GT racing version has also been developed. The result was that 37 long years after its last victory in an international championship (1967, Cooper Maserati F1, South African Grand Prix), the Trident is returning to the track.