Maserati Stuns at Goodwood: Limited-Edition MC20 and Track-Ready Versione Corse

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Maserati Stuns at Goodwood
Maserati Stuns at Goodwood

Joining the esteemed ranks of carmakers at the 2024 Goodwood Festival of Speed, Maserati is poised to steal the show with a dynamic showcase that celebrates both its storied past and progressive spirit.

Taking center stage will be the MC12, a legendary model that left an indelible mark on the automotive two decades ago. To honor this iconic machine, Maserati will reveal two limited-edition variants of its contemporary masterpiece, the MC20.

Christened Icona and Leggenda, these exclusive offerings pay homage to the MC12’s design heritage, with production meticulously limited to a mere 20 units each.

Beyond the sheer exhilaration delivered by their 621-horsepower twin-turbo V6 engines, these bespoke MC20 iterations will also boast distinctive visual enhancements that set them apart from the standard model.

However, the Maserati spectacle doesn’t end there. For a truly once-in-a-lifetime experience, discerning car enthusiasts visiting the Supercar Paddock will have the privilege of witnessing the MC12’s track-focused successor, the Versione Corse.

Maserati Stuns at Goodwood
Maserati Stuns at Goodwood (Maserati)

This automotive rarity, limited to a production run of only 12 units with one prototype, is powered by a monstrous 755-horsepower V12 engine.

Guaranteed to be a star attraction throughout the entire four-day festival, the Versione Corse’s presence promises to leave a lasting impression on even the most seasoned car aficionado.

Maserati raises the bar for luxury electric vehicles with the introduction of the GranCabrio Folgore at the prestigious Goodwood event.

This groundbreaking four-seater convertible expands Maserati’s electric offerings, boasting a thrilling driving experience alongside lavish comfort for its occupants.

The GranCabrio Folgore embodies Maserati’s design language with a head-turning exterior that complements its open-air capability.

A power-retractable soft top swiftly disappears in just 14 seconds, allowing passengers to bask in the sunshine and fresh air while traveling at speeds of up to 31 mph.

But the GranCabrio Folgore isn’t just about aesthetics; it packs a serious punch under the hood, or rather, the entire chassis.

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