755 bhp, 5,999 cc V-12 engine, six-speed Maserati Cambiocorsa transmission, four-wheel independent adjustable suspension, four-wheel disc brakes. Wheelbase: 2,800 mm (110 in.)
The MC12 marked Maserati’s re-entry into the ultra-exclusive supercar market and international racing scene. A tangible symbol of Maserati engineering and a worthy descendant of the company’s greatest racing machines, the MC12 was designed from the outset to conquer the FIA GT Championship.
Thanks to its relationship with Ferrari, Maserati utilised the Enzo as a platform from which a total of 50 road going MC12s would be built between 2004 and 2005 to meet homologation requirements. Initially code-named and tested as the MCC, the resultant MC12 was introduced at the 74th Geneva International Motor Show in 2004 alongside the new GranSport model. Presented by Luca di Montezemolo, the two cars were later joined by the MC12’s competition variant, signalling a remarkable Ma