Open-air Italian luxury comes to Maserati’s flagship supercar.
The Maserati MC20 is the brand’s latest flagship supercar, and a show of force when it comes to Maserati’s capabilities in performance, luxury, and amazing style. Now, that gets even better with the introduction of the MC20 Cielo, the spyder version of the MC20. It features similarly incredible performance as its coupe counterpart thanks to Maserati’s Nettuno V6 engine and combines that with a luxurious and ingenious electrochromic glass roof that can be configured to be opaque or clear, and opens and closes in a mere 12 seconds.
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Refusing to compromise, the MC20 Cielo weighs less than 120 pounds more than the coupe, and the car was tested to ensure amazing performance with the roof both open and closed. In the style department, the MC20 Cielo only improves on its coupe cousin, with the coupe’s butterfly doors remaining. With the launch of the MC20 Cielo, a new color is introduced: Acquamarina, composed of layers of pastel grey and aquamarine mica. With the sky above and supercar power within, the Maserati MC20 just got even better.