The new Maserati GT2 (or, the Maserati MC20 GT2, if you prefer a longer name) is all set to make its official debut at the 24 Hours of Spa at the end of June in Belgium, but before that, it has to undergo some thorough shakedowns. The recent one happened at the Parma circuit in Italy.
The Italian flag camouflage doesn’t try too hard to hide what’s underneath. I mean, you can still notice all the gaps, gapes, louvers, and canards/flics. You can also probably notice the quick-release catches near the front and rear bumpers. The front splitter and the rear wing are apparently adjustable, as are shock absorbers and anti-roll bars.
Inside the cockpit, exposed carbon fibre is what you mostly see, but those contrast yellow flashes grab all the attention. The driver gets a 10-inch instrument display. In case you’re wondering, the steering is electrically assisted. The 463 kW (630 metric hp) Nettuno V6 engine is coupled with a 6-speed sequential racing gearbox featuring paddle shifters, but there’s also a rotary gearshift actuator on the centre console.