7 Upcoming Italian Supercars Capitalizing on Exotic Looks and Extreme Performance

Ask a bunch of people what their favorite supercar is and I bet you countless of those answers will be an Italian model. Why? Because there is something special about the prestige and heritage carried by these marvels of automotive design and engineering. Behold, today we bring to you yet another portion of all-new Italian supercars that come to awe and conquer in 2023
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#1 2023 Ferrari 296 GT3

2023 Ferrari 296 GT3 replaces the 488 GT3 in GT competition. The model uses a 3.0-litre twin-turbocharged V6 from GTB, but abandons it electrification components.

#2 2023 Lamborghini Sterrato

For 2023, Lamborghini Sterrato will be released as a limited-edition model, based on the current Huracan EVO with AWD.

#3 2023 Pagani Huayra Codalunga

2023 Pagani Huayra Codalunga is the latest iteration of the Huayra that adopts a completely new look, inspired by 1960s sportscars.

#4 2023 Maserati MC20 Cielo

Maserati’s MC20 Coupe drops its top to become a convertible MC20 Cielo, but at the same time it fully keeps performance characteristics of its roofed countertop.

#5 2022 Ferrari Daytona SP3

2022 Ferrari Daytona SP3 is 2-million, 599-unit exclusive supercar that borrows design cues from triumphant 1960s Ferrari racers and gets the latest mechanics from 812 Competizione.

#6 2023 Lamborghini Huracan Tecnica

2023 Lamborghini Huracan Tecnica is yet another RWD iteration of the Huracan sportscar that prominent exterior updates and offer a more street-friendly driving experience.

#7 2023 Maserati Project 24

Since Maserati is now a proper Italian supercar manufacturer, they simply must build a race ready version of the MC20. The Maserati Project 24 sports new turbochargers that boost the Nettuno V6 to 740 horsepower and there is a new 6-speed sequential transmission.

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