Rent a Maserati MC20 Cielo in Europe and experience Maserati’s latest sports car on an exciting driving holiday in Europe – we have luxury itineraries from Tuscany to the Alps and beyond.
The Maserati MC20. launched in 2020, is the Italian company’s attempt to get a share of the sports car market again. The legendary MC12 from 2004 was limited to only 25 cars and came with an eyewatering price tag, and ever since the brand has perhaps more had a reputation of producing luxurious – and also fast – grand tourers rather than high performance cars that will stand out in a row of Ferraris and Lamborghinis. Well, the MC20 ticks a lot of boxes and with the arrival of the convertible MC20 Cielo there is something for every driver.
In terms of performance the MC20 Cielo is incredibly fast – it is powered by a 3.0L twin-turbo V6 engine when its rivals are still boasting big V8s, V10s and V12s. The engine has a power output of 621 horsepower and 730 Nm of torque, giving it a 0-100 km/h acceleration time of 2.9 seconds, and a top speed of 325 km/h – identical to the Coupe. Such numbers puts the MC20 Cielo in supercar territory and it will have no problems keeping up with some of the world’s fastest high performance cars.
The design is one of the car’s strongest attributes – Maserati really nailed it with the MC20 and when turning the Coupe into a Spyder they have managed to keep the beautiful lines that makes the MC20 so special. The MC Cielo’s windtunnel-sculpted roof integrates seamlessly into the overall design – you can operate it at speeds up to 50 km/h, and in just 12 seconds the roof has disappeared into the rear housing. Even with the roof up you can watch the sky above – the roof is made out of electrochromic glass, and you can switch from translucent to opaque depending on how much light you want to let in the cabin.
Adding roof mechanism and reinforcing the chassis of course adds some extra weight to the car – the MC20 Cielo is 65 kg heavier than the Coupe, but the engineers in Modena still managed to keep a 40/60 weight distribution, and there was no sacrifice on performance either – and of course the Cielo also boasts the beautiful butterfly doors from the Coupe. Luggage space has also stayed the same, and whilst not super generous it will fit a few weekend bags.
You can rent the Maserati MC20 Cielo for our fabulous driving tours – or 1-day supercar experiences – and enjoy a planned tour with five star hotels, scenic routes and full concierge service. You can also rent the car and make your own travel arrangements – we can deliver the car almost anywhere in Europe.
The open road awaits…
Read more about the car on Maserati’s official website