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This Unboxing of a Maserati MC20 Would Make Any Car Lover Sigh

People are said to pursue online those types of content that reflect their most ardent desires for possessions they do not own. If this is true, then unboxing the Maserati MC20 should be very successful.
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An unboxing video of an MC20 appeared on the Instagram page of the Italian carmaker.

The sports car, a superb example painted black with two orange stripes down the middle, is removed from a container. As it emerges from the container we see the Italian sports model making donuts on the asphalt.

The MC20 is a Maserati built to amaze, and one that can take the circuit by storm. It can also perform on the road, with excellent handling, comfort, and safety. Inside the cabin, it combines the luxury and exclusivity that are integral to all the brand's models.

It has adopted a new engine that is almost 100% developed and produced in-house, despite being based on an Alfa/Ferrari powertrain.

The MC20 is a Maserati with breathtaking aerodynamic efficiency. Its looks are matched by uncompromising sporting qualities, with the new 630-horsepower (638 PS) Nettuno V6 engine delivering a 0-100 kph (0-62 mph) acceleration in less than 2.9 seconds and a top speed of over 325 kph (around 201 mph).

The MC20 is also particularly lightweight. It weighs less than 1,500 kg (3.306 lbs), and thanks to its 630 hp (638 PS), it is the best in class in terms of power-to-weight ratio, at 2.33 kg/hp (5,14 lbs).

The light weight has been achieved without sacrificing much regarding comfort. The Italian sports car has everything today's cars of this type need to satisfy a sporty yet sophisticated clientele looking not only for performance but also comfort and luxury.

The entire chassis is made of carbon fiber and composite materials, with the advantages of lighter weight and greater stylistic freedom in its design. Carbon fiber allows the creation of shapes impossible with press-formed metal. Butterfly doors are also an obvious example.




 
 
 
 
 

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