Mansory’s Maserati MC20 and 720 hp V6 engine
German tuner Mansory added maserati MC20 for exotic cars has been heavily modified. Called the First Edition, the coupe received a tights do the majority carbon fiber for weight control, a completely redesigned interior and a generous 99-horsepower engine.
Strength comes from the development of the regular production MC20 great Nettuno tool. The twin-turbo 3.0-liter V6 produces 720 hp and 627 lb-ft of torque, up from 621 and 528 respectively in MC20 shares. Mansory made some software changes and fitted an in-house developed high-performance exhaust system to achieve the boost. The mid-mounted V6 turns the rear wheels through an eight-speed automatic transmission. It sends the coupe from 0 to 62 mph in 2.7 seconds and hits a top speed of 205 mph.
Odds are you can hear First Version come out before you see it, and once it’s out you can’t ignore it. The tuner has equipped a body kit that includes wider front air intakes, a more aggressive-looking front splitter, air vents integrated into the fenders, new engine cover with a scoop that provides extra air. cooling air for the V6 engine, large rear spoiler and wide air vents. diffuser. Some carbon fiber parts are left unpainted to give the First Edition an even more striking design, while 21-inch front and 22-inch rear wheels add a finishing touch to the look. custom.
Inside, nearly every component and surface has been redesigned to some extent. The seats, dashboard, door panels and even the footrests are upholstered in what Mansory calls “glove-soft” leather upholstery. Mostly yellow, chosen to accent some of the exterior trim, but the tuner added white accents for contrast and Italian flag stripes to both the seats and the two paddles. large gear shift.
Mansory hasn’t released pricing details yet, but nothing suggests the MC20 First Edition is cheap; The standard car has a base price of around $220,000. Going forward, the company plans to release a full range of modified MC20s, including at least one based on Cielo convertible.