Legends turn up in odd places.
It’s not surprising, given that any true legend will be known the world over, and will therefore be treated with due reverence. For instance, there’s a showroom in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia, full of Italian super cars. Naza Italia’s showroom measures more than four-thousand square meters, and is full of Ferrari and Maserati vehicles.
Naza Italia is also host to one of the true legends we were referring to. This is the Maserati MC12.
The MC12 was a super-limited edition of the race car that brought Maserati back to racing after more than three decades. It was based on the Ferrari Enzo and first appeared at the 2004 Geneva motor show. Only twenty-five cars were initially made, and they sold out with such speed that Maserati made an additional twenty-five cars the next year.
At the time, this car was the first street-legal mid-engine Maserati since the 1980s. It was powered by a 6-liter V12 and could dash from zero to sixty in 3.8 seconds. This is a car that lived in the wind-tunnel for most of its development and which is built primarily from carbon fiber. The MC12 is the very definition of speed, and its styling is nothing short of iconic.
Such an extraordinary model is well deserving of any true fan’s attention.
We would like to invite all of our friends in Cary to stop by our showroom at Maserati of Raleigh where we deal only in the best.