The Maserati Project 24 – a track-only super sports car | Maserati


We’re already seeing the primary models of the Maserati MC20 being delivered to shoppers, we encounter them on the highway and at occasions as we converse, quickly we can even get to see the Maserati MC20 Cielo, the convertible model of this stunning supercar, and we additionally know Maserati is engaged on a hybrid-powered model of the MC20, however there’s extra to come back it appears … Maserati simply revealed a press launch on Project24.

Project24 can be an all-out monitor automotive based mostly on the Maserati MC20, simply 62 models can be obtainable, and the intention is to supply a brand new degree of adrenaline behind the wheel of this tremendous sports activities automotive, to succeed in this specification, Maserati will improve their well-known Nettuno V6 engine even additional, with modified turbochargers that may enhance total energy to an enormous 740 hp, add a bespoke suspension, carbon-ceramic disk brakes, and race-oriented tires … add some extra particular particulars and the Project24 can be FIA-approved in terms of security options.

The Maserati Project24 will boast a 1.69 kg/hp power-to-weight ratio due to conserving the load under 1,250 kg and having a design from the Centro Stile Maserati that can be utterly totally different from the MC20 road-legal supercar, and what’s extra, because the Project24 doesn’t must hold guidelines and laws in thoughts, the Centro Stile can go all-out to create one thing really particular, as this tremendous sports activities automotive isn’t authorized to drive on the highway, all the necessities for an everyday manufacturing automotive don’t apply, and since it received’t be a race automotive both, there are not any FIA laws to comply with, this can be an immediate collector’s merchandise for people who need to take pleasure in the very best of the very best of what Maserati can do, and as we’ve seen from different track-only supercars just like the Lamborghini Essenza SCV12, Maserati can even supply particular track-specific experiences to the 62 house owners, full with track-side help if wanted.

Maserati Project24 – Specs and Technical Options  


  • Two-seater non-road-homologated automotive
  • Maserati Centro Stile design
  • Width/Top (mm) 2020* x 1220*
  • Dry weight: lower than 1250 Kg

Complies with FIA race security necessities

  • FIA-homologated FT3 120 L gas tank
  • FIA-spec hearth extinguisher
  • FIA-homologated security roll cage


  • Maserati Nettuno engine
  • V6 90° twin turbo
  • 3000 cc
  • 740 hp
  • Maserati Twin Combustion (MTC) Twin Spark with TJI double combustion management
  • Dry sump

Drive prepare/transmission

  • 2WD 6-speed sequential racing gearbox with paddle shifters
  • Racing clutch and limited-slip self-locking mechanical differential


  • All-new carbon-fiber bodywork with particular elements in pure fibers
  • Excessive-performance aerodynamics
  • Multi-adjustable entrance & rear wing
  • Excessive downforce
  • Entrance LED lights
  • FIA-approved rain mild
  • Lexan entrance and facet home windows


  • Extremely-light carbon fibre central monocoque
  • 3/4 on-board air jacks


  • Racing calipers
  • Brembo CCMR ventilated racing brakes
  • Bespoke brake cooling


  • Bespoke cast 18” aluminum rims
  • Centre lock system fittings
  • Slick tires


  • Double-wishbone with semi-virtual steering axis
  • Adjustable racing dampers
  • Adjustable entrance and rear anti-roll bars


  • Racing seats (passenger seat non-obligatory)
  • Adjustable racing pedal field
  • Adjustable steering column
  • 6-point racing security belt
  • Multi-functional carbon-fiber steering wheel
  • Steering wheel with built-in show
  • Rear-view digital camera show (non-obligatory)
  • Telemetry recording (non-obligatory)
  • In-car digital camera for video recording (non-obligatory)
  • Sprint and information acquisition system
  • Driving efficiency optimization show (non-obligatory)
  • Air con
  • Tyre stress monitoring system (non-obligatory)
  • Adjustable racing ABS and traction management


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