The new monthly MC20 Supercar leads the revival of the Italian brand

The new monthly MC20 Supercar leads the revival of the Italian brand

However, the original design focus was on performance optimization. The MC20 was designed for maximum aerodynamic efficiency, using more than 2,000 man-hours to conduct more than 1,000 fluid dynamics simulations with the help of the Dalala air tunnel.

This enabled the designers of the MCC20 to reduce aerodynamic additions by excluding a small downforce-generator rear spoiler and resulting in a coefficient of 0.38Cd.

Maserti said its Innovation Lab and Powertrain specialist engineers were involved in the project from the beginning, emphasizing performance as well as design.

In recent years, the monthly Ferrari has relied heavily on technology, especially for engines and power trains. However, as Ferrari is no longer part of the FCA portfolio, Maestro has returned to build its own engine, and the MC20 has arrived with the first domestically produced power train in more than 20 years.

In the context of Naman Netuno (Neptune), the Roman god who inspired Masharati’s trident logo, Mod.0-liter dual-turbocharged petrol V, developed in Modena’s new monthly engine lab, 2120 bhp and 00500 lbpk.

It has the new Maserati twin combustion twin-spark ignition system and the official fuel economy in the MCC20 gets 24.3mpg and CO2 emissions 262g / km.

The rear has an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox and a self-locking mechanical limited-slip differential but power is supplied to the rear wheels. An electronic defaults.

There are five driving modes on offer: GT, Weight, Sport, Corsa and ESC Off, which shut down each control function.

The MC20 makes extensive use of carbon fiber and other lightweight materials, resulting in a weight claim of less than 1500 kg, which gives it a power-to-weight ratio of more than 414 bhp per ton. This ratio enables fast 0-62mph sprints from 0.22 seconds, taking 0-124mph 8.8sec. Top speed is claimed to have exceeded 202mph

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The MCC20 features double-ishbone suspension and uses virtual steering axles in both the front and rear. It sits on a 20in tire, while the front has a 380x34mm six-piston Brembo brake and a four-piston 350x27mm item on the rear.

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