The MC20 is Maserati’s first supercar since their iconic MC12 went out of production 15 years ago. The MC20, MC stands for Maserati Corse, Core being Italian for Racing, and 20 for the year 2020, is 100% ‘Made in Modena’ and 100% ‘Made in Italy’ according to Maserati. The production launch is scheduled for the end of 2020.
Maserati is offering new driving courses for 2018, which are tailored to various levels of driver experience. Under the watchful eye of the Maserati driving instructors, the courses enable participants to learn the techniques of performance driving and put their skills to the test in a new fleet of Maseratis.
Maserati chose one of the most prestigious car culture events in the world to unveil the 2018 GranTurismo and GranCabrio. The four-seater coupe made its European premiere two days after it was revealed at the New York Stock Exchange in New York City, and the GranCabrio made its world debut at Goodwood Festival of Speed 2017. Maserati is 70 years of GranTurismo. Alongside the newly introduced GranTurismo and GranCabrio, Maserati tells the story of “70 years of GranTurismo” by displaying a collection of iconic GT cars.
Enjoy a 360° view as you strap in and take a lap around the Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi on-board the Maserati GranTurismo that is racing in the 2016 GT4 series.
The Master Maserati 2016 programme is extended and more complete than ever with tailor-made courses designed for those seeking a well-designed and exclusive experience to teach them how to handle Maserati cars in all situations with maximum levels of safety.
In the 2016 season, Maserati GranTurismo MC cars will be back, run by private teams and will compete in international GT4 series
Enthusiast writer, Michael Taylor, travels 1000 km in the new Maserati Ghibli S Q4 from the beaches of Malibu to the mountains and deserts of Palm Springs.
Enjoying the sights and sounds of cityscapes and countrysides in the Maserati Ghibli and the Maserati Ghibli S Q4 sports sedans.