As you may have read, Maserati is working on a new supercar. Initially, the model named MC20 (Maserati Corse 2020) was supposed to be unveiled in March, but due to the coronavirus pandemic, the event was postponed.

Now, the new supercar will be showcased on 9 September in Modena during a special event. The new MC20 will be 100% Made in Modena which means all the components are produced in the Italian city.

As a result, Maserati will come with a new engine for the MC20. Its name is Nettuno and it will be a V6 3.0 liter twin-turbo engine. The unit will deliver 630 horsepower at 7,500 rpm and 730 Nm starting 3.000 rpm.

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The unit will rev up to 8,000 rpm and has a firing order of 1-6-3-4-2-5. We also do know that this engine will later be used on the following new models developed by Maserati.