German tuners Novitec are back at it again with the Maserati MC20, boosting its power output to 701 hp and 603 lb-ft of torque with a special module that can easily be plugged in. This means the supercar can now hit 62 mph in a mere 2.8-seconds, while topping out at over 202 mph.
Sleek and stylish, the 2023 Maserati MC20 Cielo Spyder follows up on its predecessor and adds a retractable roof. Why Cielo? It stands for sky in Italian, thus highlighting the fact that it is a model devoted to driving pleasure in the great outdoors, while maintaining all the features of the coupé.
Photo credit: Tomáš Klečka
Industrial designer Tomáš Klečka from the Czech Republic envisions an electric motorcycle that is not only fast, but has supercar looks, and this hubless masterpieces is what he came up with. To ensure proper ride time, this bike should have at least a 130-mile range on a single charge. Unlike its supercar counterpart, this electric motorcycle needs very little maintenance.
Photo credit: Salvatoreandrea Piccirillo
Between January 1954 and November 1960, Maserati built twenty-six examples of the 250F, and this race car was used in the 2.5L F1 races. It’s powered by a 2.5-litre Maserati A6 straight-six engine generating 220 hp, which helped it win a total of 8 races and 8 pole positions. Other notable features included ribbed 13.4-inch drum brakes, a wishbone independent front suspension, De Dion tube axle, Borrani 16″ / 17″ wheels wrapped in Pirelli Stella Bianca tires. Designer Salvatoreandrea Piccirillo gives us a modern take on this race car with the Neptune.
German tuner Novitec is known for their sleek supercar builds, but the Maserati Levante caught their eye, and the Esteso V2 was the result. Power comes from a Ferrari-sourced 3.8L twin-turbo V8 engine generating 615 hp and 605 lb-ft of torque, enabling it to hit 60 mph in a mere 3.8-seconds, while topping out at 192 mph.