Maserati has presented the Project24, with the Modena-based manufacturer saying the project (of a limited-series super sports car) is to raise the brand’s unlimited performance to a new adrenaline level on the track. Only 62 examples of the track-only supercar will be made. 


The Italian automaker says the “truly extreme” track-only car inherits the specifications of the MC20 (see pricing for the Cielo variant here) but enhances it with more advanced technical specifications. This model’s 3.0-litre V6 Nettuno powertrain has been handed new turbochargers, raising power output to 544 kW. That’s an increase of 81 kW over the MC20. 

Maserati has also equipped the special-edition supercar with an “innovative” suspension set-up. The latter is of the double-wishbone variety and features a semi-virtual steering axis. The racing dampers are adjustable, as are the front and rear anti-roll bars. 


The carbon-ceramic braking system and tyres have been “tuned up” for racing. FIA-approved safety features are also present. The Project24 is fitted with “bespoke” 18-inch alloy wheels. 

Weighing “below” 1 250 kg, Maserati says the Prokect24 offers the “perfect” combination of output and lightness. It has a power-to-weight ratio of “approximately” 2.3 kg/kW. 

Designed by Centro Stile Maserati, the Project24 has a “completely new look”, with the firm saying it has pushed the boundaries of design to the limits. “The result is something never seen before, combining beauty with genuine sporty capabilities to become an instant classic collector’s item,” said the company.