Mansory is the latest tuner to master the Maserati MC20. Work on the car includes a forged carbon fiber body kit, re-upholstered interior and power upgrades.
By Mansory standards, the exterior of this modified MC20 is almost invisible. The pieces included a front fascia with larger intakes, a hood with ventilated sections, matching fenders, an engine cowl with recesses over the roof, wider rear fenders, a tall wing and a large diffuser. The exhaust outlet is higher up the tail, and there are four coiled pipes coming out the back.
The body color is a mix of exposed forged carbon fiber, dark gray with a satin finish, and yellow stripes. The 10 spoke wheels appear to have a very dark bronze color.
The interior is vibrant with mostly using the yellow of the body lines for the upholstery. The chair has a white section and an Italian flag colored strip down the middle. There are also some black touches.
Mansory gave the MC20 a healthy 720 horsepower (537 kilowatts) and 627 pound-feet (850 Newton-meters) of torque. For comparison, the Nettuno’s standard 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 engine develops 621 hp (463 kW) and 538 lb-ft (729 Nm) of torque. The standard powerplant keeps the sports car up to 62 miles per hour (100 kilometers per hour) in 2.9 seconds and a top speed of 201 mph (323 kph).
Mansory isn’t the only tuner trying to extract more power from the V6 MC20. Novitec can take an output of up to 711 hp (523 kW) and 603 lb-ft (818 Nm). DMC pushed the powerplant to 705 hp (525 kW) and 646 lb-ft (875 Nm) of torque.
Maserati is working on a hotter MC20 called the Project24, but it’s a track-only machine. The tuned V6 pumps out 740 hp (552 kW). The company has yet to disclose torque figures. While the road-legal car uses an eight-speed dual-clutch gearbox, the circuit-exclusive version has a six-speed manual. Inside, there is a fire extinguisher and roll cage.