The Maserati MC20 is set to debut on September 9, meanwhile its manufacturer continues to "teaser" it. The latest posts give an overview of the sports car in Venice and a short video highlighting some parts of the vehicle.
Although the MC20 has yet to make its debut, we do know that it is equipped with the new 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 called Nettuno. This engine develops a power of 630 hp and a torque of 730 Nm. It can spin at 8000 rpm and it is also compatible with hybridization, moreover, an electrified variant of the MC20 is in the works.
While these teasers don't show much, the recent spy photos give a much better idea of what to expect. The low shape is vaguely reminiscent of the Alfa Romeo 4C, but it is more aggressive. At the front there are large air intakes and openings in the hood. Maserati does not yet offer a clear view of the interior of the MC20.
In its communication plan, Maserati positions the MC20 as the successor to the MC12 supercar. The new model will not be so rare, however. It will also not have ties to the Ferrari Enzo (and the Ferrari LaFerrari).
After the launch of the standard MC20, further variants are planned in the product plan. For example, a convertible variant is expected to premiere around a year after the coupe. Maserati originally planned to launch the MC20 in May. Unfortunately, the COVID-19 outbreak forced the company to postpone the event until September.