A New York company has just unveiled its aggressive bodykit for the mid-engined Maserati MC20, even though deliveries of the sports car have yet to start.
This MC20 comes from a company dubbed 7 Designs and is known as the ‘Aria’ kit. As standard, the MC20’s design is dominated by flowing curves and lacks the type of striking aerodynamic components you’ll find on a Lamborghini, for example. The kit from 7 Designs radically transforms the look of the Maserati, making it more aggressive.
At the front, the tuner has crafted a new splitter that provides the supercar with some added menace and complements the two canards fitted to the sides of the front bumper.
Modifications continue along the sides with carbon fiber wing mirror caps and extended side skirts. 7 Designs has also created a roof scoop which we think suits the MC20’s design. The car featured in these renderings is also rocking a set of aftermarket wheels finished in gloss black.
Rounding out the modifications are some bold new components for the rear-end, including a fixed carbon fiber wing, a new diffuser, and a bespoke bumper with aerodynamic fins.
7 Designs has not said how much this kit will cost but has confirmed it will build just 25 of them.
The MC20 is powered by a twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 that pumps out 621 hp. While 7 Designs isn’t working on upgrading this engine, there’s little doubt that some other tuners will fiddle with the V6 and increase power.