Andrew Tate Bought a Maserati MC20, Red Supercar Is “Basically a Ferrari”

Right before being arrested last year, Andrew Tate bragged about owning 33 cars. Many of those are currently in the custody of the Romanian police. And you know what that means? It’s time to buy new ones. So the “Top G” has just added a new supercar to his collection, this bright red Maserati MC20.

Tate is famous for his gold Bugatti Chiron, the rare Pur Sport which inspired the “What color is your Bugatti?” one-liner. However, he’s owned other types of supercars as well. Many were taken by the police, including a Lamborghini Huracan Evo, Ferrari 458 Italia, a Techart Porsche, the McLaren 765LT, two Aston Martins (DBS and Vanquish S), and at least one Ferrari 812 Superfast.

In April 2023, he replaced the old McLaren with a brand new 765LT which is purple and has a custom carbon fiber kit. But another car is all over social media right now.

It’s a 2024 Maserati MC20, which Andrew Tate ordered without doing a test drive at least 10 months ago. It was right when the new Italian supercar was launched, so it must have been love at first sight for him. We believe the purchase was a smart one because no other big celebrity owns an MC20. It could also bolster the notoriety of the Maserati brand.

“I think Ferrari bought Maserati and this is the MC20. It’s got a race exhaust. It’s basically a Ferrari. It’s supposed to be quick, so I bought one,” Tate tells his brother in a video that’s blowing up all over the internet.

The Maserati MC20 is a gorgeous new mid-engine supercar powered by a brand new 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 engine called the Nettuno. That is Italian for Neptune, the god of the sea, the one who holds a trident, as in the Maserati badge.

Technically, Tate is wrong about the Maserati MC20; it is not “basically a Ferrari.” The carbon fiber monocoque is bespoke to the car, and the V6 engine is developed by the trident brand, although it is based around the F154 V8 which Ferrari uses in the SF90 Stradale.

The Maserati supercar uses advanced technology based on Formula One and produces 621bhp at 7,300rpm. Thanks to its carbon fiber tub, the MC20 weighs only 3307 lbs or 1500 kg, which allows it to hit 62mph in 2.9 seconds and go on to a top speed of 203mph.

How much does Andrew Tate’s Maserati really cost?

It’s garden furniture. If I don’t like it, I won’t drive it again. Who cares, what is that about a half-million?” the controversial internet celebrity brags.

This is also technically wrong. The MC20 starts from $217,000. But options can be expensive, like the $40,000 carbon fiber exterior pack which this red Maserati clearly has. So it’s about half the price, but what color is your Maserati?

Tate takes the opportunity to reveal all of the new supercars that he has ordered but hasn’t yet arrived. We can expect to see two Aston Martin Valhallas, the Aston Martin DB12, DBS 770 Ultimate, two Koenigsegg Jeskos, and a Koenigsegg Gemerra.

This might be satire since one Jesko alone is worth $3 million, and they don’t sell them to anybody. But we do think Tate isn’t kidding about the Rimac, potentially the fastest and coolest EV in the world. He also clearly bought the Revuelto because it’s the latest Lamborghini V12 and everybody wants one.



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