Maserati MC20’s DMC upgrade boosts performance significantly.

Maserati MC20 – Overview

The Maserati MC20 supercar is now eligible for new enhancements from German aftermarket expert DMC.

As a result, the cosmetic appeal of the car is improved, and the powertrain has been modified to produce more horsepower and torque than the stock model.

The modification makes the eye-catching vehicle stand out from other MC20s in a subtle and sporty way.

The supercar’s exterior now features new DMC bodywork.

The kit has revised fenders up front with vents resembling the GT3.

Additionally, it gets redesigned side sills, a carbon fibre radiator grille, and more air inlets and outlets to assist control the temperature of the engine compartment.

Maserati MC20
Maserati MC20

The massive DMC carbon-fibre rear wing, legs made of forged aluminium, commands the most attention in the back.

The back also receives some carbon fibre accents and a revised rear apron and diffuser inlay.

The sleek supercar gets a slight modification that gives it a racing look.

The 3.0 litre Nettuno V6 engine, which is dual turbocharged, has also been upgraded by DMC.

A new ECU, a new air filter, and a sports exhaust system boost the vehicle’s output to 705 hp (525 kW) and 646 lb-ft (875 Nm), which is up from the factory output of 621 hp (463 kW) and 538 pound-feet (729 Newton-meters).

Maserati MC20
Maserati MC20

The Maserati also receives an improvement to its sports suspension.

It reduces the vehicle’s centre of gravity by around 30 millimetres (1.2 inches). Additionally, DMC replaces the supercar’s wheels, adding staggered 20- and 21-inch forged wheels made by Canadian company PUR Wheels.

Finally, the tuner finished the cabin’s interior with its upholstery line.

With the MC20, Maserati entered the supercar market once more. It made its debut more than two years ago, and the convertible model was born earlier this year.

In the recent past, the Cielo had its US debut at The Quail during Monterey Car Week.

Maserati MC20
Maserati MC20

The Gran Turismo “Sorvano” was DMC’s first Maserati, purchased in 2011, shortly after the company was founded in 2009.

Since then, the expert has modified Rolls-Royces, Ferraris, and many other vehicles.

As the company updates its lineup under the new Stellantis conglomerate, we anticipate seeing DMC work on future Maserati models.

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