This kit is plug-and-play, meaning it can be installed on OEM mounting points and requires zero cutting and drilling. “When designing the MC20 ARIA, our objective was to inject racetrack aero, while maintaining a pure and elegant design. Each component of the kit improves performance and aesthetics while staying true to original design DNA” says CEO and founder Peter Eskander. “Our relentless pursuit of perfection is captured not only in our product’s form and function, but in the OEM-grade quality, we deliver. Utilizing computational fluid dynamics, we developed an aero kit that achieves a 123% increase in aero efficiency.”
Once fitted, the front splitter, canards, vent inserts, side skirts, functional roof scoop, rear spoiler, and rear diffuser work together to create 199 lbs of downforce at 100 mph and up to 795 lbs of downforce at 200 mph while shaving off 12.5-lbs from the car’s total weight. For those interested, there is also an optional Stage 2 exhaust system that adds 20 horsepower while reducing a further 15 lbs from the vehicle.
Those looking to upgrade their Maserati MC20 can head over to 7 Design House to learn more about the ARIA aero kit. Only 25 kits will be produced.
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