, 2022-12-22 07:31:00,
With the GranTurismo being discontinued in 2019, Maserati’s lineup wasn’t only small but also largely uninteresting. With existing models like the Quattroporte, Ghibli, and Levante all getting too old for many to care, the company needed something big to revitalize itself, and that’s where the new Maserati MC20 comes in. Considered by most as a spiritual successor to the iconic MC12, the MC20 not only made Maserati relevant again, but also marked the brand’s return to racing and established its independence with an engine built in-house.
All of that said, the MC20 comes from an impressive lineage of mid-engine cars from the past, and it’s the brand’s first mid-engine car since the very limited Maserati MC12 went out of production in 2005. So, does the MC20 live up to the historical racing roots from which it is derived, and is it a true successor to the MC12? These are questions that can only be answered as history unfolds, but the MC20 is ridiculously quick, has razor-sharp handling, and has one of the most pleasant eye-catching designs of any car launched for 2022
What We Love About The 2022 Maserati MC20
Maserati MC20 side view in motion
It wasn’t long ago that we’d be very hesitant to say that Maserati was going to survive the decade. Its entire lineup was aged, with even the newest model, the Levante, failing to…
To read the original article from news.google.com, click here