Maserati has revealed the first images of a prototype MC20 convertible.
Pictured leaving the gates of the firm’s Modena plant, the prototype sports a cloud-based camouflage fitting for a convertible.
Maserati states the car will have a body made from carbon fibre and composite materials, just like the coupe.
The Maserati MC20 coupe utilises a Maserati-developed Nettuno twin-turbocharged V6 engine, which produces 621bhp and a peak torque of 730Nm.
The engine utilises numerous innovations borrowed from Formula 1, including the use of a combustion pre-chamber and laterally-mounted sparkplugs.
A twin injection system (both direct and indirect) also aids in lowering emissions and improving fuel economy.
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