Mansory, a well-known car tuner, has recently put its own spin on the Maserati MC20 sports car. The company has added a carbon body kit, interior changes, and a power boost to the already impressive vehicle. "Along with Ferrari, Maserati is without a doubt one of the greatest names in automotive history ever," said Kourosh Mansory, CEO and founder of MANSORY Design and Holding GmbH.
"With the MC20, an outstanding basic vehicle has now come onto the market that almost imposes itself on the needs and wishes of our customers and at the same time offers many conversion options, so that our first creation "MANSORY FIRST EDITION" will be followed very soon by further derivatives - based on the MC20 and the derived spider," Kourosh Mansory continues.
The modified exterior of the MC20 boasts a front fascia with larger openings, a hood with vented parts, fenders, a tall spoiler, and a massive diffuser. The exhaust system has round pipes that are set somewhat apart from one another.
The interior of the car has been given a yellow color scheme, with white and black upholstery and a pattern of the Italian flag on the seats.
Mansory has also increased the power of the MC20's 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 engine, bringing it up to 720 horsepower and 850 Nm of torque from its original 621 horsepower and 729 Nm.
In its standard configuration, the MC20 can go from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.9 seconds and has a top speed of 329 km/h. It's likely that these performance figures have been improved upon with the tuner's modifications, although no specific data has been released.
Mansory is not the only company to have modified the MC20, as Novitec and DMC have also put their own touches on the sports car. Novitec has increased the power to 711 horsepower and 818 Nm, while DMC has extracted 705 horsepower and 875 Nm from the engine.
In addition to the road version of the MC20, Maserati is also working on a track-only version called Project24. This version is equipped with a V8 engine that delivers 740 horsepower, although torque data has not yet been released.
It also has a 6-speed manual transmission, a protective cage, and a fire extinguisher. The road version, on the other hand, uses an eight-speed dual-clutch transmission.