Maserati MC20 is a sports car that made its debut in 2020. This supercar came with a 3.0 L V6 twin-turbocharged 485 lb Nettuno engine that can produce a power output of 621 hp at 7,500 rpm and a torque of 538 lb-ft from 3,000 to 5,500 rpm. With the 8-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission and rear-wheel drive, the vehicle is majestic for both track and road. This Friday the company announced that they are going to bring a track-only car which is based on the MC20 and codenamed Project24. The information provided is taken from Hotcars.
This vehicle is made on the same carbon fiber monocoque chassis that MC20 uses. But the design changed a little bit to give a more aggressive look. The vehicle comes with an adjustable front splitter and rear wing. The exhaust pipes moved to a higher position to make room for the larger diffuser.
How powerful is Project 24?
Project 24 comes with the same 3.0 L V6 twin-turbocharged engine of MC20 but with a new pair of turbochargers. The engine is capable of producing a maximum power of 740hp. The engine mated to a 6-speed sequential racing gearbox, with paddle shifters, and has a limited-slip self-locking mechanical differential.
The vehicle will have slick tires with forged 18-inch aluminum rims. And with the Brembo’s CCM-R ventilated racing brakes and adjustable racing dampers, front and rear anti-roll bars the vehicle will have a truly extreme track-only car performance.
The vehicle will have racing seats with an optional passenger seat, an Adjustable racing pedal box and steering column, a 6-point racing safety belt, and a Multi-functional carbon-fiber steering wheel with a built-in display, It also has an optional rear-view camera display and an in-car camera for video recording.