New MC Edition celebrates Maserati’s racing heart

MC stands for Maserati Corse: a sporty nature, fostered on the track for everyday competition. The new MC Edition, available on the Ghibli, Levante and Quattroporte, celebrates the car maker’s uncompromising performance and racing spirit.

The focus is on the versions equipped with a V8 engine to highlight the concept of “uncompromising driving pleasure”: the most powerful Ghibli, Levante and Quattroporte become the stars of the new edition with a captivating aesthetic.

MC Edition epitomises performance, orientation towards victory and bold driving pleasure, echoing a story that began almost 96 years ago when the Tipo 26 – the first model to bear the Trident on the bonnet – won the 1,500cc class at the Targa Florio.

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The same racing feeling can now be found in this limited run model, available in two exclusive colours: Giallo Corse and Blu Vittoria. Yellow and blue are the colours of Modena, the city that symbolises the Motor Valley and is the home of Maserati.

Giallo Corse is a three-layer yellow colour with blue mica interfering with the light in a highly sophisticated manner, for a sporty and advanced look. Conversely, Blu Vittoria is a matte three-layer blue.

To complement the exterior, the MC Edition range features distinctive details in Piano Black and a specific badge on the rear fender and B-pillar. The Levante MC Edition has 22-inch wheels, with 21-inch rims on the Ghibli and Quattroporte.

The gloss black finish of the wheel rims and blue brake callipers complete the look. The specs of the special series are completed with an electronic sunroof, Bowers & Wilkins surround sound system, and driver assistance package.

The MC Edition’s unique link with racing spirit and Modena is also evident in the interior features, including components in blue carbon fibre in the cabin. Yellow and blue stitching on the natural Nero Pienofiore black leather seats is juxtaposed with denim accents.

The headrest is embellished with the MC Edition logo and a dedicated badge takes over the centre of the console. The limited run variants will be available in Australia from this month. Buyers are encouraged to contact their local dealership for pricing.

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