Maserati South Africa is ready to accelerate into 2021 with a line-up of new models. This includes the much-anticipated arrival of the World’s Most Beautiful Supercar.
The Ghibli Hybrid
The luxury Italian car manufacturer will soon launch the Ghibli Hybrid to kick-start the brand’s new era.
“It is only fitting that the Ghibli Hybrid is the first new model from Maserati to be launched in South Africa. It combines petrol and electric power, which is significant for the future of our brand, and South Africa was host to the hybrid testing mules during their hot weather testing cycle,” says Nagesh Naidoo, the Dealer Principal of Maserati Johannesburg.
The Levante Trofeo
Following the introduction of the Hybrid, Maserati will shift its focus to high performance cars. This resulted in the launch of a complete range of Trofeo models.
“Last year we introduced – and quickly sold out – the Levante Trofeo with its bi-turbo 433 kW V8 engine. This year, a new consignment of Levante Trofeo models is on its way, accompanied by bespoke versions of the Ghibli Trofeo and Quattroporte Trofeo,” says Naidoo.
The same Ferrari-sourced V8 engine powers both the Ghibli Trofeo and the larger Quattroporte Trofeo. It promises a pure driving experience with 433 kW delivered through the rear wheels. Hence, both models will offer a top speed of 326 km/h.
Following the launch of the Trofeo range the focus will shift to the MC20 super sports car.
The new MC20 will make its debut in mid-2021. Maserati Johannesburg placed the first South African orders shortly after the model’s global reveal in Modena, Italy, in September 2020.
The Maserati Corse
The MC20 – for Maserati Corse – is the harbinger of a new era of style, performance and passion for the Italian brand. It features the new 463 kW V6 engine, made by Maserati, and a 0-100 km/h acceleration time of only 2.9 seconds.
This model was voted the World’s Most Beautiful Supercar at the 2021 Festival Automobile International.
For more information visit www.maserati.com.