A few months ago, Maserati unveiled Project24 with three official sketches, and now the brand is back with a few more renderings of its limited-production track-only supercar . With additional images, Maserati wanted to highlight the customization program called Fuoriserie. The Project24 will be produced in a run of 62 units, which are taking advantage of “the highest level of custom fabrication”, with Maserati building each one to the owner’s preferences.

The new sketches show a concept in dark blue, combined with exposed carbon detailing on the rather harsh aerodynamic parts, while the Italian flag is emblazoned on the mirror caps and doors. car. Project24 is developed based on the MC20 supercar using the same carbon fiber tubes, but the model has a completely redesigned body made of carbon fiber and natural fibers that looks better than the MC20 GT2 racing car.

The Project24 is not road legal, so the car is not limited by street car regulations. This allowed Maserati’s designers to create something more powerful and unique that was limited only by their imagination and the laws of physics. Highlights include slim headlights set very low in the bumper, large bonnet, aerodynamic cowl over bespoke 18-inch center-lock alloy wheels, F1-style spoiler fin leading to a large spoiler, and trident-shaped LED taillights.

Similarly, the car’s interior is also designed with a sporty feel. Maserati says the car’s interior is equipped with a roll cage, a carbon fiber steering wheel with an integrated display, several switches and racing seats with six-point harnesses for the driver. A passenger seat is optional, as are an auxiliary screen for telemetry and a rear-view camera.

The 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 engine has been tuned to produce 730 horsepower, making this model the most powerful variant to date. Power is transmitted to the rear axle via a six-speed sequential transmission and a mechanical limited-slip differential. When combined with a lighter weight of less than 1,250 kg, the increased power output results in an improved power-to-weight ratio of 1.69 kg/hp. Predictably, the chassis has been tuned specifically for the track with a new adjustable suspension setup and more powerful Brembo CCMR brakes.

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