Heralding a new era for the Italian manufacturer as the first of its kind made entirely in Modena, the Maserati MC20 is a flagship sports car as notable for its tech as for its pedigree. A mid-mounted, Maserati-developed 3.0L twin-turbo V6 dubbed the "Nettuno" boasts an F1-style twin-spark-plug pre-chamber combustion system, allowing it to produce 621hp at a screaming 7,500 rpm. It's paired to a Getrag eight-speed dual-clutch transmission that sits underneath a carbon fiber tunnel visible from the interior. Speaking of which, it's outfitted with bolstered leather bucket seats, buttons and dials to select driving modes, a digital instrument panel, and the requisite touchscreen infotainment system. It's all hidden away under sleek yet simple carbon body bodywork that features a modest front grille, butterfly doors, and large exhaust ports that poke through the bumper just north of the sizable rear diffuser.