The Maserati MC20 has blasted into South Africa. Here’s how much you can expect to pay for the Italian marque’s latest super sports car…


“The Maserati MC20 welcomes a new era for Maserati globally and in South Africa. As a super sports car, the MC20 represents the pinnacle of performance and a return to Maserati-unique power plants with its Nettuno engine,” said Nagesh Naidoo, Dealer Principal of Maserati Johannesburg.

“The MC20 is completely bespoke and only available in very limited numbers globally”

Priced from R6 714 000, Maserati SA says each model destined for local delivery in 2022 has been designed and built exclusively to order. Finished in multi-layer Bianco Audace exterior paintwork and featuring an array of “unique” carbon-fibre details, the first unit has already been delivered to its owner. 


To design and specify their model under the Fuoriserie customisation programme, customers spend time with the Maserati team in the Maserati Configuration Room. The firm says customers can also visit the Modena manufacturing plant to see the manufacturing of their MC20. 

“The MC20 is completely bespoke and only available in very limited numbers globally. In this, as in its performance, design and motorsport heritage, it is a true successor to the legendary MC12,” said Naidoo. 

As a reminder, the MC20 is equipped with the company’s 3.0-litre twin-turbocharged V6. The powertrain produces 463 kW and 730 Nm of torque, exclusively directed to the rear wheels via an eight-speed automated dual-clutch transmission. Power and torque are available from 7 500 r/min and 3 000 r/min, respectively. Maserati claims a 0-100 km/h sprint time of 2.88 seconds and a top speed of “over” 326 km/h.