Defy the Ordinary

621 hp 3.0L V6
Power Front Seats 12-way with memory
4 Bespoke Driving Modes
Harman Kardon premium sound system
Adaptive cruise control
$212,000 Starting MSRP


A Maserati built to stun, the new Maserati MC20 Supercar is the latest dream car to be conceived and realized by the Trident brand. This Italian-designed and built supercar is the epitome of everything Maserati.  At Napleton Maserati of Downers Grove, we are proud of our affiliation with this historic motoring brand. We are now taking reservations to own one of these soon-to-be-legendary vehicles. Our Maserati specialists are eager to tell you more about the new MC20 supercar.
Currently, the Maserati MC20 is available in a coupe version. A roadster and electric version will follow. Please fill out the form on this page to learn more about the MC20 and place your order today! You can also give us a call at 630-296-4982.


The Maserati MC20 is powered by a 90-degree twin-turbocharged V6 engine with a dry-sump oil system. Part of the Nettuno (Neptune in Italian) family of engines, it uses Formula 1 technology with a twin-combustion system. The result is more fuel efficiency and acceleration. Using ignition pre-chambers and high-pressure fuel injection enables this engine to make 621 horsepower and 538 lb-ft of torque. That makes it the most powerful six-cylinder twin-turbocharged engine in production.
The power from the Nettuno is sent to an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. A driver can blip through the gears using two paddle-shift levers to find the optimal gears necessary for a run-up and down the Autostrada. Flip into Corsa (race) mode for a zero-to-60 mph time of 2.9-seconds and a top speed of 202 mph. And when you have had enough of those triple-digit hops, be sure to stand on the MC20’s Italian-designed Brembo brakes to bring it back under control.
As designed, the 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 is an impressive engine inside a more impressive vehicle. But the Trident team is just settling in. An electric version of the MC20 is scheduled with an all-wheel-drive in the not too distant future. Details are yet to be announced, but it will be a Maserati first.


Start with a carbon-fiber monocoque structure with aluminum subframes from Dallara. Long known for their Indy Car and IMSA racers, Dallara has designed the Haas Formula 1 team cars since 2016.  The design is lightweight but intensely strong, which is exactly what gives the MC20 such impressive performance.
The new MC20 wouldn’t be a Maserati without the open grille and Trident logo displayed prominently. New LED headlamps help define the front wings (fenders), lending an aggressive look. Further back, hood vents are designed to release the high pressure that gets trapped underneath the frunk.
Butterfly doors open to greet the MC20’s driver and passenger, which is quite appropriate since the cockpit has a cocoon-like feeling about it. Under the grille, a carbon-fiber front splitter keeps the front tires planted. At the rear, an upturned rear spoiler provides downforce for increased traction. Air intakes are located on the Maserati’s “shoulders” to cool the 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 engine. And that exhaust note. Sounding like the car is rounding the Parabolica turn at Imola, it is pure intoxication. Need we say more?


The interior of the new Maserati MC20 features a spartan business-like interior with only the most essential controls on the center console. The sport seating is covered in black leather with contrast-blue stitching. Elsewhere, carbon-fiber trim and aluminum pedals get the party started. Rearward visibility is challenging, especially when it’s a low-riding vehicle with an engine behind you. Maserati figured out a  workaround with a digital rearview mirror and rear-facing camera. It’s similar to systems found in many other new vehicles this year.


The new Maserati MC20 will include the latest in safety and security features. Expect standard safety items like automated emergency braking with pedestrian detection, available adaptive cruise control, and standard lane-departure warning with lane-keeping assist. They will all be included to provide the peace of mind you deserve while driving your new Maserati MC20.

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    *MSRP listed may not include preparation, delivery and destination charges: USD 1,495 for all Ghibli and Levante models; USD 1,995 for all Quattroporte, GranTurismo, and GranTurismo Convertible models

    Maserati cars may be factory equipped with low-profile, high performance summer tires which are more susceptible to road hazards and consequential damages and may wear at an accelerated rate. Driving over rough or damaged road surfaces, as well as debris, curbs and other obstacles can cause serious damage to wheels, tires and suspension parts. Be careful to avoid road hazards and reduce your speed accordingly. Summer tires are not recommended for driving in cold-weather conditions; Maserati recommends winter tires for these conditions. See your Maserati Dealer for available tire options.

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