Italian brand Alcantara has developed a unique interior design for the new Maserati MC20.
The new Maserati MC20 sports car with a carbon fiber frame from Dallara and a 630 hp engine. demonstrates lightness and technological innovation. MC, short for Maserati Corse, boasts a long-standing collaboration with Alcantara on the interior design of its top-of-the-line models. Alcantara upholstery provides perfect grip in any driving situation, while Alcantara is used as a headliner and door trim material, unlike other materials, to achieve the lightness required for a sports car.
The original, bespoke drawing is the result of a collaboration between Centro Stile Maserati and the designers and technical experts of Alcantara Complex Manufacturing, a team with exceptional skills in developing extreme custom solutions using sophisticated technologies.
The key elements of the car’s interior are the seats and door panels in black laser-perforated Alcantara on a contrasting backing in navy blue or metallic gray. Customers can also opt for Alcantara brown with metallic gray underlay.
The Alcantara upholstered seats provide the driver with a high degree of grip, even under lateral acceleration, for precise cornering. Alcantara is highly breathable, durable and lightweight. These qualities make it an indispensable material for high-end sports cars that require exceptional material characteristics to guarantee maximum comfort.
In addition to the technical features, the Alcantara upholstery lends the interior an incredible elegance. The soft-touch material delivers a positive sensory experience on every ride.
Alcantara is a unique material, created with a patented technology, native to the Umbrian hills in the heart of Italy and exported all over the world. This material can be found on the most luxurious surfaces around the world, from car interiors to furnishings, yachts, airplanes, personal devices, clothing, and even works of art. Thanks to Alcantara’s versatility, Maserati is able to create bespoke interiors for its vehicles, using colors and finishes individually designed for each model.