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Maserati unveils new racing beast, MCXtrema at Monterey Car Week

The Quail, the exclusive and unique stage where every summer car enthusiasts gather to celebrate the newest and the most outstanding in automotive engineering and design. Today it was Maserati’s turn to shine and they did so in a big way.

In its world debut, they have unveiled the MCXtrema. Designed for the track with no approval to be driven on the road, this racing beast, as refined as it is disruptive, is sitting on and waiting to unleash 730 horsepower.

Made in Italy, this out of the box creation has been limited to 62 units and has been produced with only the most discerning clientele in mind. Those who are looking for top tier performance, sophistication of design, luxury and of course, an extreme driving experience. Brand purists who want a new toy in their collection that draws you in with looks and will swallow up the kerbs on a track day.

Davide Grasso, Maserati CEO, had this to say about their new supercar, “Maserati MCXtrema was created with the aim of offering an incredibly exclusive product that can set a new paradigm for our track cars. The project is dedicated to a selected clientele who are particularly attentive to distinctive details, ranging from the most refined and innovative design to exceptional performance. MCXtrema embodies the sporting spirit typical of Maserati’s DNA, a declaration of a new pathway for our brand, devoted to superlative manufacturing and able to stand out in the world of luxury engine production with uncompromising performance.”

Stemming from the creative and engineering partnership between the Centro Stile and the Maserati engineering team, the MCXtrema reflects the desire to not only create a race car capable of passing on the legacy of the fantastic Maserati MC12 in the competition world, but to inspire the Trident’s future racing production.


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