Maserati Launches Its New MC20 In Marbella

Maserati Launches Its New MC20 In Marbella. image: maserati

Maserati Launches Its Latest Model The MC20 In Marbella on the Costa del Sol

Italian luxury car manufacturer, Maserati, chose the Costa del Sol – and in particular, the world-famous jet-set resort of Marbella – as the location to present its latest high-performance model, the incredible Maserati MC 20.
This sleek new sports car is impressive from the minute you set eyes on it, weighing just under 1500kg – and minus all the aileron aids or protruding parts that a lot of high-performance cars seem to like displaying – with an aerodynamic drop-shaped body that you just know is going to stick to the road like glue.
The unique MC20 is equipped with a 3-litre V6 engine, capable of delivering 630hp, with an eight-speed automatic gearbox, and is the very first Maserati model to use the new Nettuno engine, that is built with F1 technology, making this car able to go from 0 to 100kph in just 2.9 seconds, and this is not a car for the faint-hearted, having a starting price of €245,000.
From that starting price, you can add on the extras, to make your own unique version of the car, as Diego Lara, the commercial director of Motordrome commented, “In Marbella, you always want to be up to date with this type of vehicle”, so it comes as no surprise that Maserati Iberia chose Marbella as the location to showcase this beautiful creation.
Motordrome is the new concessionaire, located in Malaga, but with a point of sale also in Puerto Banús, Marbella, a city that really knows all about style, luxury, and glamour, where, as Maserati launches this new car, you only have to enter Puerto Banus to understand why, being one of the few destinations in the world where you can see a Maserati, a Bentley, a Ferrari, a Lamborghini, or a Porsche, parked alongside one another at the water’s edge, as reported by


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Chris King

Originally from Wales, Chris spent years on the Costa del Sol before moving to the Algarve where he is a web reporter for The Euro Weekly News covering international and Spanish national news. Got a news story you want to share? Then get in touch at [email protected]


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