Four of the future new models that Maserati has plans to adopt a new V6 engine twin-turbo that will supplant the V6 and the V8 developed by Ferrari and provided by the House of Maranello for a long time.
Writes it to the cylinder head Automotive News, according to which the first model that will receive it will be the sports MC20, which will be unveiled in September in a presentation originally planned for last may, but then postponed due to Coronavirus.
In the version for the MC20, which should also have a declination racing, which marked the return of the House of the Trident to the races, the units built in Termoli should have 542 HP or more, while a variant of the “softened” by 523 CV is destined for the new SUV medium that will be assembled starting from next year, together with the Alfa Romeo Stelvio to Cassino.
The new V6 biturbo 3-liter will also be taken by the upcoming GranTurismo and GranCabrio are built in Grugliasco, according to the plans announced in 2019 by the FCA.
The engine of the modena company, say the rumors will also have an electrified version destined for the flagship Levante and Quattroporte, which will replace the current 3.8-litre Ferrari , which at the end of the year will be offered in the updated version of 582 HP on the Ghibli.
Very scarce are the technical details so far known with respect to the new unit: it should, however, adopt the interesting combustion chamber adopted on the Ferrari Formula 1 car created together with the supplier Mahle. This could be the patent filed by Ferrari V12 engines, which provides a dual plug including a pre-combustion chamber which are active loads, and higher.
Staying on the subject of engines, these are not the only news on the calendar for the House of modena: the July 15, will be revealed the Ghibli four-cylinder hybrid to 48V) equipped with version Maserati of the engine 2 litres currently used on the Alfa Romeo Giulia and the Stelvio with a power of 275 HP.