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2024 Maserati MC20 Notte Edition: The dark night rises!

The MC20 Notte Edition's body is finished in matt ‘nero essenza’.

Just over two years after the global launch of its mid-engine twin-turbo V6 MC20 supercar, Maserati has introduced the MC20 Notte, a limited-edition version featuring a range of cosmetic and specification upgrades.

With just 50 to be produced for worldwide consumption, the Notte (Italian for night) was inspired by “the mystical and intense power of darkness” as well as the iconic Italian marque’s racing heritage.

It’s been developed by the brand’s Fuoriserie personalisation team in collaboration with Maserati 'reference driver' and former GT1 world champion, Andrea Bertolini.

The car’s exterior transitions from gloss black on the turret to a ‘nero essenza’ matt finish on the body, the special edition also identifiable via its trident badge, side logos and Maserati signature in ‘matte white gold’ rather than the usual silver.

Car-spotters should also look out for 20-inch matt black ‘birdcage’ rims (with accents in matte white gold) and black brake calipers behind them.

Inside, six-way power-adjustable sport seats are trimmed in black/grey Alcantara with yellow contrast stitching​ as well as an Alcantara-trimmed sport steering wheel has carbon fibre inserts.

  • Maserati says the MC20 Notte Edition is available now, although no details on pricing or Aussie availability have been revealed at this stage. Maserati says the MC20 Notte Edition is available now, although no details on pricing or Aussie availability have been revealed at this stage.
  • The car’s exterior transitions from gloss black on the turret to a ‘nero essenza’ matt finish on the body. The car’s exterior transitions from gloss black on the turret to a ‘nero essenza’ matt finish on the body.
  • The MC20 Notte Edition wears 20-inch matt black ‘birdcage’ rims, with accents in matte white gold. The MC20 Notte Edition wears 20-inch matt black ‘birdcage’ rims, with accents in matte white gold.

A metal plaque identifying the MC20 Notte Edition is joined by a ‘Una di 50’ (one of 50) signature between the headrests.

Maserati says the MC20 Notte Edition is available now and that its future owners will be invited to “experience the thrill of a Maserati on-track driving experience” before taking delivery of the car.

No details on pricing or Aussie availability at this stage, but for reference the ‘standard’ MC20 retails locally for $438,000, before on-road costs.