Watch: Why David Beckham claims Maserati MC20 is the perfect car to drive?
Italian luxury car major Maserati named David Beckham as its global brand ambassador earlier this year. Now, the former British footballer has seen in a video spending time on Moderna racing circuit with the Maserati MC20 mid-engined supercar.
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Beckham also termed the Maserati MC20 supercar as the best car to drive. Interestingly, he himself has been waiting to take the delivery of his very own MC20, this was kind of a test drive for him, to check the capabilites of the car.
This is not the first time Beckham has been spotted driving a Masertati after becoming the brand ambassador for the Italian marquee with the trident logo. Previously as well, he was seen a Maserati Levante Trofeo back in April this year.
In the latest video, Beckham describes the Maserati MC20 as by far one of the best cars he has ever driven. He also said that it is an ideal car to drive on the streets of sunny Miami in Florida, US.
The Maserati MC20 has grabbed pretty good attention immediately after its unveiling with the exclusive and suave design it sports. This Italian supercar comes powered by a twin-turbo 3.0-litre V6 engine that is capable of churning out 621 hp of massive power output.
Interestingly, Maserati is also mulling an all-electric and completely silent version of the MC20 supercar. Apart from that, it is also working on some other models as well that would be launched over the next couple of months. These include Grecale, a smaller crossover that will be positioned below the Levante. An all-new GranTurismo is on the card as well along with a GranCabrio and an electric version as well.
Maserati's parent group Stellantis is working on a dedicated electric vehicle platform that will underpin the successors of Ghibli and Quattroporte sedans. A next generation all-electric Levante is also und
Speaking of EVs, a completely silent MC20 is also coming while parent company Stellantis is engineering a dedicated electric platform that will underpin the Ghibli and Quattroporte sedan replacements. The next-generation Levante will also spawn a zero-emissions derivative, so those with deep pockets who want to enjoy the noise of a combustion engine might want to hurry up as Maserati is heading towards the inevitable electric era.
Here is what the company has on the agenda for the coming years.