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The Maserati MC20 is an eye-catching Italian mid-engine sports car coupe from the long-standing luxury brand that debuted for the 2022 model year. Maserati’s latest supercar marks the end of an era as the MC20’s twin-turbo V6 effectively sings its swan song as the brand eyes its all-electric future. So, how much can shoppers expect to pay for a new Maserati MC20, both in its base form and with all the bells and whistles? Here’s how much a fully loaded 2024 Maserati MC20 costs. 

What’s all included in the 2024 Maserati MC20?

The 2024 Maserati MC20 is only available in one trim, starting at $215,995 according to 2023 pricing. A spyder version, the MC20 Cielo, is offered separately. 

Maserati doesn’t outwardly advertise pricing options for the 2024 MC20, partly because it could be a case of, “If you have to ask, you can’t afford it,” and because each model is bespoke. The customization options for 2024 have grown, with the MC20 now being offered with Maserati’s Fuoriserie Essentials collection. Fuoriserie, which translates to “custom built,” is Maserati’s customization program that allows buyers to create a bespoke model with unique styling, colors, and materials. 

The MC20 is powered by a 3.0-liter V6 cranking out 621 horsepower and 538 lb-ft of torque paired with a dual-clutch eight-speed automatic transmission. According to Maserati, the MC20 can zip from 0-60 mph in just 2.9 seconds and on to a top speed of 202 mph

Additional performance kit includes a limited-slip differential, an adaptive suspension, and Brembo six-piston front brake calipers with four-piston rear units. 

Inside, the MC20 sports leather and Alcantara upholstery, a 10.25-inch infotainment screen, wireless charging, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, six-way power-adjustable seats, dual-zone automatic climate control, and remote start. Parking sensors and a digital rearview mirror are standard. 

Accessories and add-ons for the MC20 super sports car

The ways to customize the 2024 Maserati MC20 are seemingly endless, with a bevy of available packages, accessories, and Fuoriserie options. For instance, a massive 30 exterior paint colors are offered in non-metallic, metallic, or Fuoriserie finishes. Seven wheel designs are also available, all at 20 inches, and a selection of colors are available for the Brembo calipers. 

Notably, the MC20 also offers buyers a wide selection of “liveries and dreamlines” for the MC20, some taking their inspiration from Maserati’s racing pedigree. These include a selection of hood stripes, asymmetric contrast color bodywork, and various “liveries.” 

The Fuoriserie program also offers customization for the upholstery with constraint stitching and a more comprehensive selection of base hues. 

Several optional packages are also available. The Exterior Carbon Fiber Package adds a front splitter, rear diffuser, door and fender sill inserts, and hood, all finished in carbon fiber. An interior carbon fiber package outfits the center cluster, paddle shifters, and door sills in the material. The ADAS, or Advanced Driver Assist Systems, package includes a 360-degree camera system, pedestrian recognition, and traffic sign recognition. 

Models can also be outfitted with a la carte options like a carbon fiber spoiler, hood or engine cover, or a black roof. Interior standalone options include a Sonus premium sound system, heated front seats, lightweight seats, navigation, and more. Buyers can also outfit their MC20 with an electronic limited-slip differential (a mechanical unit is standard) or carbon ceramic brakes. 

Maserati doesn’t advertise pricing for the MC20’s customization options or packages. Instead, buyers can configure their prospective model and request a quote. Given its expected base price of around $216,000, don’t expect any model to be “affordable” with or without customization.