Maserati is open to the idea of producing a successor to the limited-edition MC12, company boss Harald Wester revealed to Autocar in a recent interview.
Wester said Maserati ““could do a limited edition,” akin to the MC12 “but not yet”.
The MC12 was essentially a rebodied version of the Ferrari Enzo, featuring the same platform and 6.0-liter V12 engine. The MC12 was not as fast as its Ferrari stable mate, but with just 50 road cars built, it was much more exclusive.
Wester said that because Maserati only has 1,100 employees, the company is small and flexible enough to produce a high-end, limited-run product.
Maserati has other projects it must tend to first, however. The launch of the Alfieri sportscar has been pushed back to 2018, and a successor to highly successful GranTurismo is due around the same time.
Additionally, Maserati plans to apply minor updates to the Ghibli mid-size sedan later this year. The full-size Quattroporte received some updated interior and exterior styling tweaks and other minor changes in June.