More wings, more low, you know the drill.
The Maserati MC20 looks fantastic. It debuted in September 2020, though curiously, we’ve seen vehicles with some measure of strange camouflage as recently as early March 2021. Hitting the track with a thinly disguised tester after a debut is a bit backward, but then again, so is building an aftermarket body kit before a car even goes on sale. Guess Maserati’s new supercar just has that effect on the world.
Nevertheless, a modest body kit called Aria is in development for the MC20, and it’s a sharp one to our eye. It comes from a company in New York called 7 Designs, and if you don’t notice all the changes right off the bat, we don’t blame you. Among other things, the world hasn’t seen much of the MC20 save for a few press photos, so it’s not exactly a familiar shape. On the flip side, 7 Designs takes a smoother approach to dressing up the MC20, which is immensely refreshing in an aftermarket world filled with crazy wings, oversized scoops, and flamboyant colors for supercars that stretch the boundaries of taste. For the full story, check out this article from Motor 1.