Maserati has been working on the inevitable convertible version of the MC20 for about a year and it’s almost ready. They’ve actually been testing a pre-production prototype in the streets of Modena and it looks good.
Just like its coupe brother, the MC20 convertible is built out of carbon fibre to save weight, and powered by the ‘Nettuno’ V6 that Maserati developed and engineered specifically for this model. Maserati has often stated that the Nettuno powertrain was developed for the MC20 and won’t be used for any other model in the future.
If this were a normal year, in a normal scenario, I’d probably tell you that it’s going to be available in 2022 but with the well-known liquidity and supply chain-related issues that are plaguing the car industry, I don’t think soon-to-be customers will take delivery of their open-top MC20 before 2023.
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