Lionel Messi has just received a nice personal gift from the other football star David Beckham: Maserati MC20!
The engine that incorporates the Maserati MC20 is a 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 capable of developing 630 horsepower and a maximum torque of 730 Newton meters. This is the engine that replaces the original Ferrari V8 used by the brand until now.
Its top speed is over 325 kilometers per hour – the brand has not revealed what exactly that is – and accelerates from 0 to 100 in under 2.9 seconds. To go from 0 to 200 kilometers per hour takes 8.8 seconds. The company announces a combined consumption of 11.6 liters per 100 kilometers with emissions of 265 grams of carbon dioxide per kilometer.
It should be noted that Beckham is one of the owners of the Club Internacional de Fútbol Miami, known in English as Inter Miami CF, where the star Lionel Messi now plays and that Beckham himself only has a special edition Maserati MC20, the former Mancunian player being brand ambassador.
In addition, David Beckham collaborated with Maserati to create his Fuoriserie Essentials line. Beckham offered two configurations, one referencing the 1967 Maserati Ghibli and the other drawing inspiration from the 1986 Maserati Quattroporte Royale. The first uses a "Night Interaction" blue for the exterior and a leather interior beige, while the second uses a dark green exterior and brown leather interior. Beckham's sartorial tastes also played a role in these new designs. Beckham's configurations will be available for two models: the MC20 and the Grecale SUV.
HEY ! Beckhame it's my birthday soon.
In 2012, Messi bought a Maserati MC Stradale. Its market value: 180,000 euros. It is equipped with a V8 engine of 4.7 liters and 450hp. On the circuit, Leo's new car can reach 301 km/h at top speed and can go from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.6 seconds. It is white, the color of Barca (luckily this time it did not take Miami pink), but especially with the number 10 10, are number in football! He sold it in 2017.
Apparently the Messi likes to grab Neptune's Trident.
A little aside, when Lionel was advertising Tata: