Maserati ready to unveil the MC20 Cielo … their new spyder version

It has been a while since we published an article on Maserati testing a convertible version of their latest supercar, the MC20, at that time we were contemplating the name, MC20 Spyder or MC20 Convertible, so I dubbed it the MC20C … turns out I wasn’t too far off, today Maserati officially revealed the name for their new open-top MC20 to be released on May 25 … and she’s called the MC20 Cielo.

The Maserati MC20 Cielo name is taken from the original Maserati Corse (‘Racing’) reference, while the 20 still refers to 2020 when Maserati’s new era began, selecting Cielo, which stands for Sky in Italian, is a clear indication of a model that is specifically destined to clients that want to enjoy the pleasure of driving with the top down, enjoying the open-air feeling while still having a supercar styling and performance to rely upon, the MC20 Cielo has been developed completely at the Maserati Innovation Lab in Modena. The production of both the MC20 and this new MC20 Cielo will be done at the historic plant on Viale Ciro Menotti.

There are no official photos of the Maserati MC20 Cielo yet, but we at Supercars.net made some renders for you to get a feeling of how this new convertible supercar might look: