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Yesterday’s debut of the Maserati MC20 sports car marked the beginning of a new era for the Italian brand. Packing a fully home-built twin-turbocharged V6, the MC20 produces 621 horsepower (463 kW) and can sprint to a top speed of 201 mph (323 kilometers per hour). Hardik costs $ 210,000 in the US, not to mention it.

While that six-figure price tag has made the MC20 out of reach for most, at least Maserati was good enough to give us a chance to build our unattainable dream car through the brand’s online configuration. On the Maserati website, you can choose different textures, materials and color patterns for the cabin, along with exterior shades, wheel shapes and brake options. The MC20 also comes with some safety features and optional carbon fiber.

With this in mind, some of our staff members took the time to build our dream Maserati MC20 on an online configurator. Tell us in the comments who you liked best.

Maserati MC20 Interior

Bianco audes

Designed by John Neff, Editor-in-Chief

This particular Maserati MC20 is perhaps the most understood of the group, but it still looks very beautiful. It wears a sleek Bianco Audes paint job – the same color we saw at launch – and rides on a set of 20-inch Birdcage alloy wheels. And hidden behind those wheels are black Brembo brake calipers. But this MC20 also gets an optional carbon fiber external package, which adds new splitters and diffusers, as well as dark excited tips.

There is a bit more to see inside. This MC20 gets a “Cuoio” color option, which covers the seats in two-tone black and caramel leather, and a leather piece just above the instrument cluster in the same caramel finish. Also optioned is the carbon fiber interior pack – which adds carbon fiber paddle shifters (column mounted), and carbon fiber door sills – as well as sport steering wheel and heated front seats to make it all a bit more affordable. .

Maserati MC20 Rosso Vincent
Maserati MC20 Interior

Rosso Vincent

Brett T. Designed by Evans, Senior Editor

Unlike the first car, Rosso Vincent gives the black Corsa design wheels a very bold approach. The exclusive MC20 also gets blue brake calipers, a carbon fiber external package – which adds new splitters and exhaust tips – and a carbon fiber roof, further tightening the look. The glossy Nero and Blue silo on the interior seats and panel of the doors give a two-tone finish, and the Maserati Trishul logo is stitched into the header.

Maserati MC20 Blu Infinito
Maserati MC20 Interior

Blu infinito

Designed by Jeff Perez, Senior Editor

This particular Maserati MC20 bright blue Infinito paint job wears exceptionally well. Coupled with 20-inch, black Corsa design wheels and bright yellow Bermbo brake calipers, the combo is very attractive. This special MC20 also gets a carbon fiber exterior package – but not a carbon fiber rear spoiler or carbon fiber roof. Better is simple.

The same goes for the interior; The seats wear a simple Nero Black finish with optional Jialo yellow stitching to accent the brake calipers, and a unique Grigio arrow pattern. They also receive optional stitched trident patterns in headrests and heating functionality. Other options for this particular spec include blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alerts, an electronic limited-slip differential and a sport suspension with a lift. This car on the ground requires a nose lift at least every time.

Maserati MC20 Grigio Mysterio
Maserati MC20 Interior

Grigio Mysterio

Designed by Clint Simone; Associate Editor, Video Producer

Of the five color options offered by Maserati on the MC20, the Grigio Mysterio Gray may not be the most eye-catching, but it looks sublime. It joins the Hue Black Birdcage Wheels, Red Brembo brake calipers and optional carbon fiber external packages – not including the carbon fiber rear wing. The interior of this particular MC20 is slightly shiny, wearing a two-tone blue and black leather combo on the seats, and blue leather wrapped above the instrument cluster.

Maserati MC20 Blu Infinito
Maserati MC20 Interior

Blu infinito

Designed by Anthony Alniz, contributing author

The Blu Infinito is the only exterior color we’ve chosen twice – and for good reason. It looks gorgeous in almost every configuration, most notably with black Corsa wheels, red brake calipers and optional carbon fiber exterior package. The seats are more subtle, with a nonsense Nero black finish with Rosso red stitching and a trident logo in the headrest. But this MC20 also gets a carbon fiber interior package, which combines carbon fiber paddle shifters and door sills.

The model gets a 12-speaker Sonus Faber sound system, heated steering seats with carbonized seatbacks and Alcantra inserts, carbon ceramic brakes and a carbon fiber engine. This Maserati MC20 is virtually loaded into the brim.

Maserati MC20 Giallo Genio
Maserati MC20 Interior

Jiallo Genio

Designed by Chris Bruce, Contributing Writer

Some cars may be yellow like the Maserati MC20. This special edition looks stunning in a shiny Jialo Genio paint job on black birdcage wheels and matching carbon ceramic brakes. Add to that carbon fiber exterior package – which adds a lightweight loop to the side sills and splitters – plus an optional carbon fiber spoiler, and more to see.

To match that bright exterior, this MC20 wears a beautiful Nero and Kuioo interior finish with a unique Kuio seat insert. It offers safety features such as a carbon fiber interior package, a sport steering wheel with Alcanta inserts, and rear cross-traffic alerts with blind-spot detection.