The MC12 was the last super car the Italian manufacturer built before they become all about profit and production volume and mid-size diesel sedans. The Enzo-based beast was conceived as race car and the road-going version was only made to make it eligible for GT racing. The car has now become a collectible, changing hands for million dollars at exotic car dealerships like Amian Exlcusive.
This Maserati MC12 was recently brought a race track to hang out with a couple of other exotics when the rain hit and made the whole event kind of romantic really! Being a showroom car, the MC12 arrived and left on the back of a delivery truck.
Powered by the same six-litre mid-rear V12 engine as the Ferrari Enzo with 630 horsepower, Maserati MC12 can exceed 330 km/h at full throttle, sprinting from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.8 seconds. The racing version is one of the most decorated in the history of Maserati and is still one of the most formidable contenders in the GT class.
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