Maserati is reportedly planning a successor to the MC12 supercar based on the new LaFerrari. Maserati last unveiled a supercar back in 2004, just two years after Ferrari introduced the Enzo.
And, according to Car magazine, it seems history will be repeating itself in 2015 when the Trident marque intends to launch a successor to the MC12 based on the underpinnings of its sister company’s new LaFerrari.
Like the MC12, Maserati’s new supercar would borrow a Ferrari chassis, suspension and electrics, but come dressed in a bespoke carbon-fiber body and ditch the hybrid powertrain.
Tom Cooper | Elite.