MASERATI has revealed an open-top spyder variant of its MC20 supercar which will be called the Cielo.
The car will join the MC20 coupe launched last year and both are powered by the Italian car maker's new V6 Nettuno engine with 621bhp on tap.
As such it can accelerate from 0 to 62mph in around three seconds and has a top speed of 198mph.
The MC20 Cielo is fitted with an opening electrochromic glass rood that can be switched from clear to opaque at the touch of a button or retracted completely in 12 seconds.
Both the coupe and spyder are built at Maserati's factory in Modena, Italy, and although prices are to be confirmed the open top model is expected to cost from around Â£215,000 - some Â£25,000 more than the coupe.
The car also adds a range of active safety systems and as well as the parking sensors, rear-view camera and blind spot monitoring included in the MC20 the spyder introduces autonomous emergency brake, traffic sign information and a new 360 degree camera.
Deliveries are scheduled to start at the end of 2022.