Maserati MC20, 40 Italians for the world’s mightiest and Biden’s ‘La Pestia’: all G20 cars
He seems to be guarding the mighty of the world there The supercar parked at the entrance to the Foxas Cloud Which hosted the working meetings of the Group of Twenty in Rome for two days. It is impossible not to notice it on any of the many television services dedicated to the great summit. But maybe not everyone realizes it: It’s a Maserati MC20.
The new super sports car from the manufacturer Modena is the first of its kind to install the new Nettuno engine, a V6 with 630 horsepower and 730 Nm of torque that allows acceleration from 0-100 km / h in less than 2.9 inches and a top speed in excess of 325 km per hour. An engine that marks Maserati’s return to producing its own engines after more than 20 years. The MC20 is also very light: it weighs less than 1,500 kg and thanks to the 630 hp delivered, it is rated best in class in terms of a weight / power ratio of 2.33 kg / hp.
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Maserati, partner of the G20 Summit in Rome presented A fleet of 40 cars to transport heads of state and government During an important diplomatic appointment. Pioneer Quattroporte, Ghibli sports car and Levante SUV, by G20 participants while they were traveling to Rome. David Grasso, CEO of Maserati, said: “The Maserati family is honored to be a partner in an event of international importance in the name of innovation, passion and unique style. Maserati has the intrinsic characteristics of “Made in Italy”, which we want to be the spokespeople for. We are a global brand that is open to the world and looks to the future guided by the constant desire to renew itself.”
“The Beast” is President Joe Biden’s car
On the other hand, US President Joe Biden traveled to Rome in his presidential car, known as “The Beast”, with its plush dimensions and amazing safety features. It’s a Cadillac One, practically a mobile refuge that follows the president in all the countries where he is on an official visit. It costs one and a half million dollars, weighs four and a half tons, is completely airtight and equipped with 13-centimeter-thick glass, capable of withstanding even assault rifles. The current model entered service on September 24, 2018, on the occasion of US President Donald Trump’s visit to New York. We tell you about it in the video above.
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