After the MC20 and MC20 Cielo, Maserati has now revealed the MC20 GT2—which will take part in the Fanatec GT2 European Series Championship next year. Pricing information is not available yet, but yes, private teams will be able to buy the MC20 GT2.
The MC20 GT2 wears a racing bodykit that includes a larger front spoiler with winglets; bonnet vents; fender louvers; extra large intakes on the side; a more aggressive rear diffuser, and of course, a multi-adjustable rear wing. LED headlights and Lexan front and side windows are some of the other key highlights.
The racing dampers are adjustable, as are the front and rear anti-roll bars. The race car rides on 18-inch forged aluminium rims wrapped with slicks. Inside, you got an adjustable pedal box; an adjustable carbon fibre steering wheel; a 6-point harness; adjustable racing ABS and traction control, and most importantly, air conditioning. Rear-view camera display; in-car camera for video recording; driving performance optimization display, and TPMS, are all optional extras.
FIA-homologated roll cage, FIA-approved rain light, FIA-spec fire extinguisher, and a 120-litre FIA-homologated FT3 fuel cell, are all part of the safety features.
The MC20 GT2 is powered by a 3.0L V6 twin-turbo Nettuno engine paired with a 6-speed sequential racing gearbox with paddle shifters.