Maserati’s new flagship supercar has its day in the sun, and now its driver does, too.
The announcement of a successor to the legendary Maserati MC12 last year caused quite a stir, especially considering that the MC20 will out-accelerate its predecessor with an engine half the size, and a much smaller footprint in general. For the past year, however, the MC12 having a Targa top meant it had the open-air experience that the MC20 lacked. But alas, the MC20 delivers yet again as Maserati announces a new prototype for an MC20 Cabrio.
Camouflaged in a pattern of clouds to reference the sky being invited into the car’s convertible interior, Maserati has released photos of the new car, and also says that the body of the car will, like the coupe version, be made entirely of carbon fiber and composite materials. Maserati also says that the same will be true for the coming electric version of the MC20. Maserati has not said anything yet about whether the performance of the cabrio will be the same as the coupe, but we are sure the MC20 Cabrio will be exhilarating in every way.