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Wild Camo Cover Helps Maserati MC20 Vanish, But You'll Need a Special Background

Whenever someone sees a camouflaged vehicle, one naturally assumes it’s a classic case of this or that automaker testing the prototype of its latest model series. Because they’ve become such a regular occurrence, carmakers even started diverging from the standard black and white pattern some time ago.
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Today you can see many wild camouflage ideas, mostly designed to conceal what’s underneath from the prying eyes of not just spy photographers but also the entire internet realm. Others are just for marketing purposes. Some people even enjoy painting actual camouflage (as in the military-inspired one) on their personal rides.

But how about having an accessory that could make your car almost entirely vanish... if you have the right background? Maserati, the luxury sports car Italian manufacturer that’s been trying for years to become just as successful as it is legendary, has found a way to make that happen with its new MC20 supercar.

Dubbed as a model developed to set new standards in terms of performance, innovation, and style (we’ll see if that pans out once it actually hits the streets), the MC20 is also enticing fans of the trident brand with a very unusual accessory.

We’re dealing with a timeless car cover here, though Maserati opted for a twist and painted the exterior in a camouflage pattern. The design is decidedly wild because it’s not just any camouflage pattern – instead, choosing a stylized interpretation of the brand’s iconic logo.

As far as the actual car cover is concerned, we’re dealing with a “bi-elastic, breathable material lined with a soft fleece fabric.” Seeing the official photos for this new accessory and the way Maserati made the MC20 almost disappear into the background immediately gave us an equally wacky idea: the company should also sell some matching rolls of wallpaper with the accessory.

That way, anyone could turn their garage into the perfect background for the MC20 to disappear. Of course, we’re not entirely sure anyone wants to have the new Italian supercar almost invisible, especially since Maserati proudly announced the model was recently crowned as the “Most beautiful supercar of the year 2021” at the 36th edition of the Festival Automobile International.

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About the author: Aurel Niculescu
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Aurel has aimed high all his life (literally, at 16 he was flying gliders all by himself) so in 2006 he switched careers and got hired as a writer at his favorite magazine. Since then, his work has been published both by print and online outlets, most recently right here, on autoevolution.
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