Compared to the Granturismo, the BEV version of the MC20 supercar will get a smaller battery pack located just behind the monocoque, with Maserati using the same architecture by adjusting the number and disposition of carbon fiber layers in critical areas.

Maserati says its battery will offer fast-charging at speeds up to 300 kW. Meanwhile, the MC20’s all-wheel-drive BEV will compensate for its additional weight by having more power and torque, although the electric supercar’s power-to-weight ratio remains a secret for now. With the twin-turbo V6, the rear-drive MC20 packs one horsepower for every 5.3 pounds.

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