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7 Designs Can Make Your Maserati MC20 Look Faster Than It Is

7 Designs Can Make Your Maserati MC20 Look Faster Than It Is

We like what we see but never thought the MC20 needed this sort of spicing

There’s always room for better. This is the philosophy of every tuner out there and New York’s 7 Designs confirms the creed with a brand new tuning kit for Maserati’s MC20 sports car.

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Maserati Bora - A Great Car With Horrible Timing

Maserati Bora - A Great Car With Horrible Timing

Maserati’s first mid-engine car turns 50

Maserati is one of the oldest and most coveted Italian car brands ever. Although they’ve had their ups and downs, the motorsport success of Maserati cars has helped spawn some great road cars, too. Among them was the Bora, which actually has its 50th anniversary this year. The Maserati Bora may not be as celebrated as other models of the brand, but it’s one of the most significant Maserati cars to have been produced. For its 50th birthday, we are giving you some interesting facts about the Bora.

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2022 Maserati GranTurismo

2022 Maserati GranTurismo

Can a new GranTurismo give the brand the edge they need?

Recently Maserati has brought back some life to their model lineup. The Ghibli is going hybrid, the two-seat sports coupe Alfieri is said to be arriving soon, and the MC20 – Maserati’s first supercar in almost 20 years is already a fact. But there’s more. A test mule has been spotted out testing. Although it’s disguised as an Alfa Romeo Giulia, the proportions are way off. There are also enough hints that there’s a new Maserati hiding under. This means only one thing - the new Maserati GranTurismo is on its way!

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Watch the Maserati MC20 Accelerate and Drift on Ferrari's Fiorano Race Track

Watch the Maserati MC20 Accelerate and Drift on Ferrari’s Fiorano Race Track

Maserati is fine-tuning the MC20 on the Fiorano race track

The Maserati MC20 has been unveiled earlier in 2020, but it’s not yet available at local dealerships. That’s because the Italian firm is still testing its latest supercar. And thanks to YouTuber Varryx, we can see the MC20 lapping the Fiorano race track, the place where Ferrari is usually testing supercars. The footage also shows the MC20 doing power slides, which is proof that the Italian supercar should provide loads of fun.

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2021 Maserati MC20

2021 Maserati MC20

Maserati returns to the supercar market with a twin-turbo, V-6 coupe

The 2021 Maserati MC20 is a mid-engined supercar that the Italian company unveiled in September 2020. The brand’s first supercar since 2005, the MC20 is considered a spiritual successor to the MC12, although the two are far from related. Not only the 2021 Maserati MC20 is smaller, but it’s also powered by a twin-turbo V-6 engine instead of a V-12, and it features a less aggressive exterior design. The 2021 Maserati MC20 is likely aimed at supercars like the Ferrari F8 Tributo, McLaren 720S, and Lamborghini Huracan Evo. The 2021 MC20 is powered by a twin-turbo, 3.0-liter V-6 that’s described as "100% Maserati." However, this mill is actually loosely based on Ferrari’s F154 V-8 engine and features parts from other FCA powerplants. The 2021 MC is Maserati’s fourth production mid-engined vehicle, following the Bora (1971-1978), Merak (1972-1983), and MC12 (2004-2005). Let’s find out more about the 2021 Maserati MC20 in the review below.

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Maserati's "Brand-New" V-6 Engine Is Actually Based on a Ferrari V-8

Maserati’s "Brand-New" V-6 Engine Is Actually Based on a Ferrari V-8

The Maserati MC20’s V-6 engine isn’t as unique as the company claims

Maserati introduced the MC20 supercar with a twin-turbo V-6 engine called Nettuno. The company claims that this engine is new and "100% Maserati," but the mill actually shares parts with powerplants found in Ferrari and Alfa Romeo models. As speculated long before Maserati unveiled the car, the Nettuno engine is derived from a Ferrari V-8 and is similar to a V-6 that Alfa Romeo offers in high-performance versions of the Giulia and Stelvio.

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The Maserati MC20 Actually Sounds Decent In This New Video

The Maserati MC20 Actually Sounds Decent In This New Video

Here’s what the Maserati MC20’s V-6 engine sounds like

Maserati just unveiled the MC20, a spiritual successor to the iconic MC12 with more than 600 horsepower on tap. But while it’s powerful enough to leave the MC12 behind, the MC20 is viewed by purists as a less attractive alternative due to the fact that it’s powered by a turbocharged V-6 engine. Granted, sports car fitted with V-8 and V-12 engines sound better when you floor it, but this new footage of the MC20 proves that Maserati’s new V-6 doesn’t sound half bad.

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The Maserati MC20 May Be Cool But It's No MC12 Follow-Up

The Maserati MC20 May Be Cool But It’s No MC12 Follow-Up

Lacking in almost all areas including price, exclusivity, and performance, the MC20 is just another supercar

The Maserati MC20 is the first supercar to come from the legendary Modenese automaker since the mid-’00s and, right as it arrived, the MC20 has sprung comparison after comparison with Maserati’s last mid-engined creation, the MC12. Many have already labeled the MC20 as the ’spiritual successor of the MC12,’ but we beg to differ.

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Maserati Wants The MC20 To Go Racing, Does It Stand a Chance?

Maserati Wants The MC20 To Go Racing, Does It Stand a Chance?

Analyzing Maserati’s latest bid at racing glory by looking back at its predecessors

Maserati unveiled the MC20, its first supercar in 15 years, and claimed this 621-horsepower, mid-engined model is the sign of rejuvenation for the brand and, also, the perfect way for the Trident to go back to its roots.

That means, of course, that Maserati plans to build a racing version of the MC20 and thus some questions arise right off the bat: On the one hand, where will it race? And, on the other, will it stand a chance against the opposition? Read on to find out our take on Maserati’s official return to racing.

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Maserati Confirmed An All-Electric MC20: Here's What We Know

Maserati Confirmed An All-Electric MC20: Here’s What We Know

Maserati is planning to introduce at least three EVs in 2021

Maserati just unveiled the MC20, a spiritual successor to the MC12. Unlike its predecessor, it features a twin-turbo V-6 engine instead of a naturally aspirated V-12, but it will be the company’s first flagship sports car in years and it will also go racing. More importantly, the MC20 will become available with an all-electric drivetrain. Here’s what we know about the upcoming sports EV.

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Thanks to the MC20, Maserati Is Finally Relevant Again

Thanks to the MC20, Maserati Is Finally Relevant Again

The Maserati MC20 Comes as a Successor to the MC12 and Mark’s Maserati’s Return to the World of Racing

I would be lying if I told you that I’ve been particularly pleased with Maserati’s lineup over the last decade. Once a company synonymous with performance and luxury as, at least in my eyes, become quite uninteresting. Now, 15 years after the MC12 thrived, Maserati is introducing the mid-engined MC20 – a car that doesn’t only mark Maserati’s return to the world of racing, but also gives the company’s lineup something unique and attractive. I’d even go so far as to say that this is exactly what Maserati needed if it’s going to remain relevant this decade.

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Maserati MC20 Fast Facts and Photo Gallery

Maserati MC20 Fast Facts and Photo Gallery

While 2020 has been a dramatic, dark, and twisted year for most automakers, Maserati is hoping to make the best of the latter half, and it all starts with the car you see here – the all-new MC20 sports car. As a spiritual successor to the MC12, the MC20 carries around some significant DNA of its ancestor – predominantly located in the front end – a pair of wide-opening butterfly doors, and features a mid-engine configuration. That engine, by the way, is an all-new unit built by the company (instead of Maserati borrowing from Ferrari yet again – that displaces 3.0-liters and pumps out a total of 621 horsepower and 538 pound-feet of torque. These figures, ladies and gentlemen, make it the most powerful production car to come from Maserati to date, just barely beating out the MC12 some 15 years later.

With that said, we still have a whole lot to share with you, but we couldn’t wait to share all the new high-res images with you, so scroll through the slider above, or check out all the images a little further down the page. Feel free to download any that you like, as they’ll definitely make great wallpapers!

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Breaking: Here's the Maserati MC20 Before You're Supposed to See It

Breaking: Here’s the Maserati MC20 Before You’re Supposed to See It

2021 Maserati MC20 leaked before official unveiling

The 2021 Maserati MC20, the company’s first full-fledged sports car in a really long time, is set to debut today, September 9. The unveiling will take place in the evening, but we can already have a look at the new MC20 thanks to a handful of photos that have surfaced the web earlier than they should have.

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The Maserati MC20 Is Coming Soon - Here's What You Can Expect

The Maserati MC20 Is Coming Soon - Here’s What You Can Expect

The spiritual successor to the iconic Maserati MC12 is finally coming!

Originally scheduled to debut in May 2020, the highly anticipated Maserati MC20 was postponed due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19. Rumors hinted at a September unveiled, and it seems they were right. Maserati just confirmed on Twitter that the sports car will break cover on September 9. The announcement comes with a short video teaser showing the MC20’s silhouette, but official details remain under wraps.

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Report: Maserati's New Twin-Turbo V-6 Will Produce a Cool 542 Horsepower

Report: Maserati’s New Twin-Turbo V-6 Will Produce a Cool 542 Horsepower

Maserati is working on a new twin-turbo V-6 that will replace the Ferrari-built V-8

The fact that Maserati’s upcoming MC20 sports car will feature a twin-turbo, 3.0-liter V-6 is no longer a secret, but we finally know how much power it will develop. What’s more, it seems that the V-6 will find its way into other Maserati vehicles too.

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Excited about the new Maserati MC20? Here's All mid-engined Maseratis from the past

Excited about the new Maserati MC20? Here’s All mid-engined Maseratis from the past

The MC20 will be the fourth road-legal Maserati with a midship layout

Maserati has confirmed that a new mid-engined sports car is underway in 2020. Although the official unveiling was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the new MC20 will arrive by the end of the year. The MC20 won’t be a successor to the MC12 though. Instead of a highly exclusive supercar, Maserati is preparing a more affordable sports car that will probably go against the Ferrari F8 Tributo and the McLaren 720S. It will also be the company’s first mid-engined car since 2005, the first in 15 years as of 2020. A rare bird among Maserati’s long list of front-engined cars, the MC20 will become one of only seven midship vehicles built by the company in its long existence.

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An Italian, Twin-Turbo V-6 Will Breath Life Into the 2021 Maserati MC20

An Italian, Twin-Turbo V-6 Will Breath Life Into the 2021 Maserati MC20

Its unveiling was postponed until September

Maserati is now mostly known for high-performance grand tourers and sedan, but it has build some mid-engine vehicles back in the day too. The most recent example is the incredible MC12, which has already evolved into an expensive classic. Maserati will launch its first mid-engined vehicle in 2021, 16 years after the MC12 was discontinued. It will be called the MC20 and word has it power will come from a twin-turbo V-6 engine.

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1954 Maserati A6GCS by Fiandri & Malagoli

1954 Maserati A6GCS by Fiandri & Malagoli

The kind of car that gets you weak in the knees when you lay eyes on it

Maserati’s 200S, 300S, and 450S proved the once-great Maserati factory could still play with the big boys on any turf in the World Sports Car Championship but it was the unassuming, yet painfully gorgeous, A6GCS from 1953 that announced Maserati’s mid-50s sports car onslaught.

Part of the A6 family of models that dates back to the ’40s, the A6GCS was powered by a 170 horsepower engine at first. Only 52 were ever built and this particular example finished third overall in the 1954 Mille Miglia.

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