Maserati has confirmed local pricing for its first supercar in 15 years, the Maserati MC20, set to go on sale next year locally from $438,000 plus on-road costs. But those wanting the mid-engined supercar will have to wait until 2022, Maserati confirming the entire Australian allocation for 2021 is already sold out.
After months of speculation, Maserati has unveiled its all-new, in-house-developed V6 that’s set to debut in the brand’s upcoming MC20 mid-engined supercar.
Codenamed ‘Nettuno’ – translating to ‘Neptune’ in Italian – the twin-turbocharged, 90-degree V6 measures 3.0 litres in displacement, thanks to an 88mm bore and 82mm stroke.
Maserati has postponed its electrifying 'new era' brand relaunch
Maserati has delayed its major brand relaunch until September 2020, as the global automotive industry enters a period of uncertainty brought on by the coronavirus crisis.
The Italian luxury carmaker had initially planned to unveil its electrification agenda in May, at an event titled 'MMXX: The Way Forward' to be held in its hometown of Modena, Italy.