Maserati Fuoriserie Unveils One-Off MC20 Cielo “Opera d’Arte”

The MC20 Cielo “Opera d’Arte” turns the mid-engine sportscar into a work of art featuring a unique geometric pattern livery.

By Carandbike Team


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Published on February 29, 2024

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  • Maserati Fuoriserie's "Opera d’Arte" showcases a bespoke geometric abstraction livery
  • Iconic Trident emblem on the MC20 Cielo is transformed into an abstract art piece
  • Twin-turbo 3.0-liter, V6 engine develops 621 bhp and 730 Nm

Maserati’s customisation program Fuoriserie has unveiled a new one-off creation based on the MC20 Cielo. Called the "Opera d’Arte" or ‘Work Of Art’, the exclusive build showcases an art-inspired livery adorned with geometric patterns. The multi-color treatment features a blend of blue, white, cyan, red, black, and yellow hues.

As for the Maserati's large iconic Trident emblem the in-house designers transform the logo on the rear deck of the MC20 Cielo into an abstract art piece. Even the distinctive tri-spoke 20-inch wheels receive a vibrant makeover, each displaying a unique and captivating colour combination.


Inside the "Opera d’Arte," the artistic theme continues with a corresponding treatment on the lower part of the dashboard. The bucket seats and steering wheel meanwhile boast blue Alcantara upholstery to match the base exterior colour. A distinguished "Opera d’Arte" badge further emphasises the exclusivity of this one-off creation.

Despite the artistic exterior enhancements, the performance remains untouched. The MC20 retains its twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 Nettuno engine, delivering 621 bhp and 730 Nm of torque. The Cielo hits a top speed of 320 kmph and can hit 100 kmph from a stand still in under 3 seconds.


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