Maserati M-63 Hypercar Concept

Oct 10, 2016

Category: Rides

There’s nothing like a rumor surrounding a proposed Maserati hypercar to get petrol heads throughout the industry buzzing with interest. Some, in fact, take it as far as designing their own version of the rumored Maserati MC-63. Luckily for us, Italian designer Andrea Ortile did just that, even going as far as basing his design on the famed Ferrari LaFerrari supercar.

For Ortile’s proposed concept, the M-63 hosts a classic Maserati grille with a deep diffuser near the rear end of the vehicle. There’s also a set of center-locking alloy wheels, and at a glance, it becomes clear the designer had the 1961 Maserati Tipo 63 in mind when putting together his rendering. Clearly, the concept has a strong racing feel to its body design, perhaps as a tribute to the Camoradi racing team. And while the rumors of such a vehicle are just that, rumors, we hope one day soon Maserati takes this concept idea seriously, giving their Northern Italian competitor a worthwhile run for their money.

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