Maserati MC12 Corsa

Production Cars 5 Jun 2006
Maserati MC12 Corsa

Maserati has announced the production of the MC12 Corsa: the build-to-order supercar will be built in 12 units for a very selected number of Maserati clients and will be used exclusively on track during private test sessions.


From the Official Press Release:

Maserati MC12 CorsaMaserati announces the production of the MC12 Corsa, a build-to-order supercar for a very selected number of Maserati clients who will enjoy the possibility to test their driving capability in the most exclusive gentlemen drivers’ environment.

The MC12 Corsa has been developed from the MC12 GT1 type which won the 2005 FIA GT Manufacturers Cup.

It will be used exclusively on track during private test sessions – or exhibition activities organised by Maserati.

It will not be homologated for road use or for any racing activity.

The Maserati MC12 Corsa – living testimony of Maserati’s ability to individually tailor make specially produced cars of the highest technological content – will be on sale at the price of 1,000,000 Euros (plus tax) starting from next autumn.

Maserati MC12 Corsa
Maserati MC12 Corsa

Available in the official Maserati “Blue Victory” colour, it can be personalised upon request with several option items, starting with a different colour upon request by the client.

Total production of the Maserati MC12 Corsa will not exceed 12 units worldwide.

Maserati MC12 Corsa – Technical Specifications

Chassis

carbon-fibre monocoque

Gearbox

Cambiocorsa

Brakes

Brembo steel and carbon (no ABS)

Front Rim

18’’ race version

Rear Rim

18’’ race version

Front Tyres

14×18

Rear Tyres

14×18

Interior

2 seats – race version

Roll-bar

yes

Engine

V12

Capacity

6.0

Power output

755/8000

Dry weight (kg)

1,150

Weight/power ratio (kg/hp)

1.52

Units

12+3

Price

1.000.000 euro + Tax

Road homologation

No

(Source: Maserati)

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