Maserati is adapting F1 technology to super sports road cars with its newly developed engine Nettuno. The innovative engine, produced by Maserati engineers and technicians and protected by international patents, produces 7500 HP at 621 rpm, offers 3.000 Nm of torque from 730 rpm and produces 207 HP per liter. The first Maserati equipped with Nettuno based on F1 engine technology, increasing efficiency and performance and reducing fuel consumption, will be the new super sports MC20 model. The premium Nettuno will be introduced with the new Maserati MC20 at the "MMXX: Time to Be Brave" event that will take place in Modena from September 9-10.
Combining performance and design with super sports cars, Maserati introduced the technical features of the new engine Nettuno developed in-house. Developed based on the idea of producing a high-tech and high-performance engine, Nettuno is designed in collaboration with highly competent and experienced Maserati engineers and technicians, while also revealing the brand's innovative approach. In this context, the engine, designed in the Via Emilia Ovest Maserati Innovation Laboratory and Via Delle Nazioni workshops at Maserati's Modena facilities and developed at the Motor Hub at the Viale Ciro Menotti factory, where the new super sports MC20 will begin to be produced, is preparing to carry F1 technology to road cars. Nettuno, a technical revolution from the ground up and protected by international patents, will first power the Maserati MC20.
The new 90-liter engine, with a traditional 6 ° angle and V3,0-cylinder architecture, has Bi-turbocharger in the Nettuno and is equipped with a dry sump seen in super sports cars. The engine, which has 82 mm stroke and 88 mm diameter, works with an 11: 1 compression ratio. The engine, which produces 7500 HP at 621 rpm and offers 3.000 Nm of torque from 730 rpm, produces 207 HP per liter. Nettuno's technology stands out with its innovative pre-chamber combustion principle with two spark plugs. This technology, directly transferred from Formula 1, adds value to Nettuno in terms of being used for the first time in an engine designed for a road car. In the Front Chamber technique, which is among the three prominent features in Nettuno in the name of advanced technology; Another combustion chamber is created between the central electrode and the conventional combustion chamber and is connected to the system through a series of specially designed holes. In the side spark plug solution; Where the engine does not need a pre-chamber for power generation, a conventional spark plug steps in to support combustion. In the double injection system, including direct and indirect; Depending on the 350 bar fuel supply pressure and system speed, the noise level, emission and fuel consumption values are further reduced. These technological solutions in Nettuno are supported by the Innovation Lab, which ensures that development and planning times are significantly reduced thanks to virtual analysis.
Bringing power and torque levels to a unique point, Nettuno is preparing to bring Maserati back to the racing world with the MC20. These two Maserati innovations will be showcased at the "MMXX: Time to Be Brave" event, which will be held in Modena on September 9-10, while the ambitious programs developed by Maserati will be introduced with the event.
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