Maserati presents the amazing Project24 based on the MC20

Maserati has proven its ability to build impressive supercars on its own with the MC20. It’s powerful enough to rival other supercars and beautiful enough to turn heads not only on the roads but also at motor shows.

Reception Maserati MC20 It was so cool that a roadster version had to be introduced called the MC20 Cielo.

Maybe you haven’t finished the MC20 yet, Maserati is making another version that just tunes it up for the tracks.

Thus, the brand unveils a new offering designed to take its performance to a new level of adrenaline on the track – the new Maserati Project24.

The Project24 supercar is more powerful than the Maserati MC20

Since this track-only supercar MC20 is a project, Maserati refers to it as Project24.

It builds on the specifications of the MC20 supercar, then improves upon it by installing various components that will make the entire Project24 suitable for track-only racing.

However, Project24 looks very different from the road-going MC20 supercar.

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For example, its twin-turbocharged 90-degree Nettuno V6 3.0-liter engine comes with new turbochargers to boost power from 621 hp to 740 hp.

Featuring a Maserati Twin Spark (MTC) Twin Spark engine with TJI Twin Combustion Control, this engine sends power to the wheels via a six-speed sequential racing gearbox with paddle shifters, aided by a racing clutch and mechanical self-locking limited-slip differential.

Featuring an ultra-lightweight carbon fiber central monocoque plus an all-new carbon fiber chassis with specific natural fiber components, Project24 delivers high dynamic performance that includes a multi-tuned front and rear spoiler.

Its suspension includes a double wishbone setup with a semi-virtual steering axle, adjustable racing dampers, and adjustable front and rear bars.

Project24 complies with FIA race safety requirements

As a track-only supercar, Project24 complies with FIA race safety requirements.

For example, it comes with an FIA compliant FT3 120L fuel tank, an FIA fire extinguisher, and an FIA replica safety cage.

It rides on custom-made 18-inch aluminum wheels with slick tires, with stopping power coming from Brembo CCMR ventilated racing brakes.

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Its interior elements include racing seats, adjustable racing pedal box, adjustable steering column, 6-point racing seat belt, multifunctional carbon fiber steering wheel (with integrated display), data collection and dash system, air conditioning, as well as like racing ABS. Adjustable and traction control.

Optional items include a rearview camera display, telemetry recording, in-vehicle video recording, driving performance improvement display, and a tire pressure monitoring system.

Source: Maserati

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