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In a way, every Lamborghini is a Lamborghini, and all the different cars are derived from the same source. The only exception is the Maserati MC12.
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While many people have asked why the MC12 is the only one in the world with a supercharger, our answer is fairly simple:

In our opinion, the Maserati MC12 is the most exciting supercar you’ll ever see because it actually has the potential to change the face of production cars and, ultimately, the world’s landscape.

The MC12 is the result of what could be called the “first attempt at a supercar,” and we think it looks damn cool.

The Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 will hit dealer lots from April, but our test-bed MC12 is one we have been using for more than a year now. The two-door sports coupe will come with no less than five of the car’s most exciting tech, from a twin-tip exhaust to a 4.3-liter V-12 generating a mighty 667 horsepower.

At this stage we’ve never come to any conclusion that the MC12 is on any particular trajectory for greatness, but that has changed rapidly the past six months, particularly since the Lamborghini’s second-place finish in the American auto shows in mid-2009.

That finish was all but assured due to the Lambo’s phenomenal performance in the previous years — and if we weren’t being facetious, that’s exactly what we were being facetious about. The Aventador’s twin-turbo V-12 is one of the more powerful V-10s on the planet, and the V-12 is so powerful that you need to put on some goggles to see anything.

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The Maserati MC12 is the most exciting car you’ve ever seen because it has the potential to change the world’s landscape.

In terms of its price tag, however, the MC12’s $140,720 base price might seem low, but that price point still pales in comparison to the more expensive V-10-powered cars that are already in the U.S. The McLaren P1, for example, tops out at $150,000 while Mercedes C-class saloons cost in excess of $220,000. The MC12, however, is an affordable sports