Maserati is celebrating the launch of its new supercar the MC20 Notte with the launch of a
short film starring global brand ambassador and MC20 enthusiast David Beckham.

Drawing inspiration from the racing world, Maserati Fuoriserie team collaborated with
Andrea Bertolini, Maserati reference driver and former GT1 world champion with the
Trident — to develop the MC20 Notte bodywork.

Its exterior turns from a glossy black shade to a magnetic matte ‘nero essenza’ hue ready
to glow in the dark thanks to ‘the Midas touch’ of track predator Bertolini turning the details
– the Trident, the side logos and the Maserati signature – from silver to matte white gold,
reigniting the brand’s glorious motorsport memories.

Glued to the tarmac, the 20-inch matte black birdcage wheels feature accents in matte
white golden while the brake calipers are black.

Inside, the MC20 Notte features six-way power sport seats in Alcantara black/grey with
yellow stitching.

The unmistakable Trident is on the headrests, and the Alcantara sport steering wheel has
carbon fibre inserts.

An exclusive metal plate celebrating the MC20 Notte Edition along with a distinctive ‘UNA
DI 50′ (one of 50) signature is applied between the two headrests.

The MC20 super sports car and the MC20 Cielo spyder sit at the top of the Maserati
range, powered by the ground-breaking 100 per cent Maserati Nettuno V6 engine.

The Nettuno engine incorporates F1-derived technologies into the power unit of a standard
production car for the first time.

Following a sneak preview exclusively for Maserati Tridente members, MC20 Notte is now
available worldwide.

Future owners will be invited to experience the thrill of a Maserati on-track driving
experience, to let them savour the feeling of the new exclusive model of the Trident.

The new GranTurismo is available with both the high-performance V6 petrol engine,
derived from the Nettuno, and a 100 per cent electric version: the GranTurismo Folgore,
the first car in the Modena-based brand’s history to adopt this solution.

By 2025, all Maserati models will also be available in a full-electric version, and the entire
Maserati range will run on electricity alone by 2030.


About Chris Riley

Chris Riley has been a journalist for 40 years. He has spent half of his career as a writer, editor and production editor in newspapers, the rest of the time driving and writing about cars both in print and online. His love affair with cars began as a teenager with the purchase of an old VW Beetle, followed by another Beetle and a string of other cars on which he has wasted too much time and money. A self-confessed geek, he’s not afraid to ask the hard questions - at the risk of sounding silly.
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