2023 Maserati MC20 Cielo Spyder – Maserati has revealed the MC20 Cielo Roadster model of its mid-engined MC20 supercar for juniors. “Cielo” means sky in Italian”Cielo” is a reference to the sky in Italian which makes it a fitting name to describe an engine-driven mid-engine car that, at the push of a button, is able to put its hardtop in storage beneath the rear deck-lid for 12 minutes. The Webasto transparent roof can be switched between transparent and clear with the swipe of a finger.
2023 Maserati MC20 Cielo Spyder Review
There were earlier versions of the roof, with the ability to dim before convertibles like McLaren’s Mercedes SL and McLaren 720S Spider but this model is able to be turned completely opaque, similar to the variable light Control system in the Porsche Taycan that has the feature of (non-retractable) an open roof. Maserati says its glass panels are thermally insulated is able to alter their opacity based on temperatures ranging from the -22F and 185F interval (-30C between -30C and 85C) and, considering the short time frame in the event of an erupting Sun crashing into Earth and damaging it, you could expect it to continue to work all the time.
In the event that the roof gets removed, it will be stored under a new decklid, which is solid, which means you will not be able to see the contents of the 3.0-liter bi-turbo V6 via an opaque window found located on the MC20 coupe. The trident-shaped vents echo in the rear of the coupe, making certain that drivers in SUVs are able to clearly observe the speed of the car from high up. The front deck in the Cielo can be marked with a massive graphic of Maserati’s signature three prongs made from matte titanium.
It shouldn’t come as a shock to learn that the transition from Cabrio to coupe added a few kilograms to the mass of the MC20. The good news is that Maserati states that they have reduced extra flab to 143 lbs (65 kilograms) which means that Cielo has a weight at the curb of 3,395lbs (1,540 kg). Because the Cielo is powered by the identical 6-21hp (630 PS) 538 lb-ft (730 Nm) and an eight-speed dual-clutch gearbox similar to the coupe, performance is affected by a decrease. It’s only a tiny one as the zero to the 62-speed range is extended from 2.9 minutes and 3.0 seconds, and the time to get from zero to speeds of 124 speeds (200 km/h) is increased by four-tenths , which is 9.2 seconds. Maserati has a maximum speed of “more than” 199 mph (320 km/h) instead of “more than” 202 mph (325 km/h) it gives in the Coupe. The one thing not reduced in terms of size is the trunk space. This is an excellent thing because the 1.77 cubic feet (50 Liters) which are available in the front and 3.5 cubic feet (100 liters) in the rear make the McLaren GT (20 cu-ft, 560 liters of total) appear similar to the U-haul.
The Cielo comes with a number of improvements which will be included to the Coupe for the 2023 model year. This will include an alloy wheel with the Roman numeral wheel made of alloy, a possibility of carbon-based rims made of lighter materials, which save the sum of about 66 pounds (30 kg) in addition to a regular Alcantara steering wheel adaptable to carbon models and also the option of an electronically adjustable steering column that can be electronically adjusted. Furthermore, there is a drive mode dial, which turns in the tunnel, which is a touchpad and is digitally located in the middle. The display indicates the option that (wet, GT, Sport, Corsa, ESC Off) is selected. A single swipe can be tapped to alter the dial’s rotary, allowing adjustments to the suspension’s settings with the same twisting motion.
2023 Maserati MC20 Cielo Spyder Release Date & Price
A New three-layer blue Acquamarina paint that appears in these photos is now accessible through Maserati’s Fuoriserie customizing program. However, if you spot one of them on the streets when it is expected that the initial Cielos will be available at dealerships towards the middle of the year, it may be thinking of the PrimaSerie launch edition. 60 vehicles will be constructed to show the new color along with Maserati’s brand new Roman numeral-inspired MM20 wheel that has a gold-colored finish, along with PrimaSerie badges. Pricing is TBC however, considering the MC20 coupe costs $216,995, it’s unlikely to see anything different from the $230k cost for the Cielo. Do you prefer this car over a Porsche 911 Turbo S Cabriolet? Leave a comment and let us know.