Heralding a new era for the Italian manufacturer as the first of its kind made entirely in Modena, the Maserati MC20 is a flagship sports car as notable for its tech as for its pedigree. A mid-mounted, Maserati-developed 3.0L twin-turbo V6 dubbed the “Nettuno” boasts an F1-style twin-spark-plug pre-chamber combustion system, allowing it to produce 621hp at a screaming 7,500 rpm. It’s paired to a Getrag eight-speed dual-clutch transmission that sits underneath a carbon fiber tunnel visible from the interior.
Speaking of which, it’s outfitted with bolstered leather bucket seats, buttons and dials to select driving modes, a digital instrument panel, and the requisite touchscreen infotainment system. It’s all hidden away under sleek yet simple carbon body bodywork that features a modest front grille, butterfly doors, and large exhaust ports that poke through the bumper just north of the sizable rear diffuser. And don’t forget to check 10 most expensive cars in the world and 15 most beautiful cars of all time.