The interior of this MC20 is equally quirky. The seats feature an Italian tricolor, leather and carbon steering wheel. The yellow and white seats are diamond-stitched, and the floor mats and seatbelts also feature the Mansory logo.
Under the hood, the MC20’s Nettuno powerplant, a 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6, makes a whopping 710 horsepower out of the standard 621 horsepower and 538 lb-ft of torque.
Mansory has remained tight-lipped about what changes have been made to the car, but we do know that the exhaust system has been changed to something more performance-oriented. time is now 2.7 seconds (down from 2.9 seconds) and top speed is over 205 mph.
Mansory didn’t provide pricing details for this kit, but it’s fair to say that if you can afford a Maserati MC20, you can afford to get it trimmed.
https://carbuzz.com/news/maserati-mc20-gets-the-obligatory-mansory-makeover The Maserati MC20 gets the obligatory Mansory makeover.