Maserati MC12

Asphalt 9 Maserati MC12

Car Information

ClassType⛽ Fuel⏱ Refill TimeIn Game
CEpic41:15 HoursUpdate 30 – 04/2023

Performance Data

Max  5⭐TopspeedAccelerationHandlingNitro
Nitro Speed: 357 km/hAir Speed: 466 km/hDrift Speed: ? km/h



Blueprints Blueprint

1⭐2⭐3⭐4⭐5⭐Total Blueprints

Upgrades & Import Parts Top SpeedAccelerationHandlingNitro

Stagecredits_small Credits x 4Total
Stage 07.130 credits_small28.520 credits_small
Stage 111.600 credits_small46.400 credits_small
Stage 218.600 credits_small74.400 credits_small
Stage 327.900 credits_small111.600 credits_small
Stage 440.300 credits_small161.200 credits_small
Stage 556.500 credits_small226.000 credits_small
Stage 679.000 credits_small316.000 credits_small
Stage 7110.500 credits_small442.000 credits_small
Stage 8155.000 credits_small620.000 credits_small
Stage 9216.500 credits_small866.000 credits_small
Stage 10303.000 credits_small1.212.000 credits_small
Stage 11425.000 credits_small1.700.000 credits_small
Stage 12Max5.804.120 credits_small
Import PartsAmountCredits credits_smallTotal
Common3640.000 credits_small1.440.000 credits_small
Rare1680.000 credits_small1.280.000 credits_small
Epic8240.000 credits_small1.920.000 credits_small
Upgrades5.804.120 credits_small
Total Cost:10.444.120 credits_small

Maserati MC12 Description

The Maserati MC12 (Tipo M144S) is a limited production two-seater sports car produced by Italian car maker Maserati to allow a racing variant to compete in the FIA GT Championship. The car entered production in 2004, with 25 cars produced. A further 25 were produced in 2005 after the FIA changed the rules and reduced the maximum length allowed. The second batch of 25 are 150mm shorter than the originals, making a total of 50 cars available for customers. With the addition of 12 cars produced for racing, a total of just 62 were ever produced.

Maserati designed and built the car on the chassis of the Ferrari Enzo, but the final car is much larger and has a lower drag coefficient, along with being longer, wider and taller and has a sharper nose and smoother curves than the Enzo. The Enzo had quicker acceleration, shorter braking distance, and a higher top speed at 350 km/h (217 mph), 20 km/h (12 mph) more than the MC12.

The MC12 was developed to signal Maserati’s return to racing after 37 years. The road version was produced to homologate the race version. One requirement for participation in the FIA GT is the production of at least 25 road cars. Three GT1 race cars were entered into the FIA GT with great success. Maserati began racing the MC12 in the FIA GT toward the end of the 2004 season, winning the race held at the Zhuhai International Circuit. The racing MC12s were entered into the American Le Mans Series races in 2005 but exceeded the size restrictions and consequently paid weight penalties due to excess range.

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