The Trident badge has shown off its first supercar in more than a decade as it completes testing.
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Italian sportscar maker Maserati has teased its MC20 completing track testing in Sicily ahead of a slated September debut.

While the blurry spy photos released by Maserati reveal no new information about the MC20 – its first supercar in more than a decade – CarAdvice understands it will be unveiled in the coming months..

The local showroom arrival of the Maserati MC20 is expected later this year, CarAdvice has been told.

Above: previously released teaser image of the Maserati MC20

This timing follows delays in the Maserati MC20’s original launch schedule due to COVID-19 lockdowns in Italy. The unveiling is now expected to take place in September.

As reported last month, the Maserati MC20 is expected to be powered a Ferrari-built twin-turbocharged V6 engine that sends more than 447kW to the rear wheels through an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.

The carbon-fibre Maserati MC20 should also be offered in both coupe and convertible layouts, with electrified variants said to be in the works.