Maserati has uncovered the long-guaranteed convertible form of its MC20 supercar, which includes an exceptional ‘savvy glass’ board in its collapsing rooftop.
Called the MC20 Cielo (Italian for sky), it will go head to head with a different yield of profoundly hung mid-engined convertibles, including the Chevrolet Corvette Convertible, Ferrari 296 GTS and McLaren 720S Spider.
Maserati says its most memorable convertible model, since the V8-engined Grancabrio bowed out in 2019, “is a model committed to driving delight in nature”, featuring collapsing rooftop window can change from clear to murky at the bit of a button. Maserati said,
It can go from open to shut in only 12 seconds, making it only one second more slow than the 720S Spider’s, yet among the speediest of any convertible marked down.
Aside from the rooftop, the MC20 Cielo is actually indistinguishable from the Maserati MC20 car -629hp, twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V6. The high-firing up mid-mounted Nettuno powerplant will push the MC20 Cielo from 0-100kph in around 3.0sec.
The carbon fiber tub and butterfly entryways are likewise continued and the rooftop component adds only 65kg to the absolute kerbweight, which is posted at 1,540kg. No estimating subtleties have been declared, yet the convertible is supposed to be somewhat more costly than the roadster, which costs £1,87,230 (over Rs 1.8 crore, before assessments and obligations).
The Cielo is the second of three arranged variations of the MC20, close by the roadster and the destined to-be-uncovered electric variation.
Maserati will send off the MC20 supercar and the Levante crossover SUV in India this year, with the as of late uncovered Grecale SUV liable to follow one year from now. Aside from growing its portfolio in India, the Italian marque is likewise wanting to build its seller network in the nation – it right now has just two.