Maserati dubs the MC20 convertible ‘Cielo’


Maserati announced that the upcoming convertible variant of the MC20 super sportscar will be named Cielo.


  • Where is the Maserati MC20 Cielo made?

    The MC20 Cielo is made in the same factory in Italy as the MC20 coupe.
  • When will the MC20 Cielo make its global debut?

    Maserati's MC20 convertible will make its debut next week on May 25.
  • For those who have been following the brand, and us here at Carmudi Philippines, you’d remember that we’ve published an article about the Trident Brand giving its fans a sneak peek of an MC20 spider.

    The Modena-based automaker teased pictures of an MC20 wrapped in cloud camouflage as it exits the Maserati factory in its headquarters in Italy.


    This one-of-a-kind convertible is indeed the Cielo. Its name translates to “sky” in English and is said to invoke a special “sky feeling.” The MC20 Cielo highlights the fact that it is a model devoted to driving pleasure in the great outdoors while maintaining all the prerogatives of a true super sports car.

    The MC20 coupe is powered by a 630 horsepower engine which will most likely be adopted by its spider counterpart. 

    Maserati’s convertible super sports car is said to be 100 percent Italian made, developed at the Maserati Innovation Lab in Modena and produced at the historic plant on Viale Ciro Menotti, like its coupe sibling.

    The Maserati MC20 Cielo will make its global debut on May 25.

    Photos from Maserati

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