Saturday November 28, 2020

On the marque: Maserati makes a comeback with the MC20

This 620hp supercar is at the forefront of a rejuvenation of the top-end marque, but an upcoming range of electric versions will propel the Maserati car into the future

10th October, 2020
The Maserati MC20: a carbon-chassis, carbon-bodied, mid-engined machine that should cost in the region of €330,000 if imported here

Maserati finds itself in an unusual position. Its parent, Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles, is in the process of merging with the Peugeot-Citroen Group (PSA) to form the huge “Stellantis” conglomerate, but it is doing so without Ferrari. The latter company went public in 2016 and, while Fiat still has a stakeholder-hand in Ferrari, it is no longer responsible for the day-to-day operations of the company.

That leaves Maserati all alone at the top of a huge...

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