Andrew Tate Adds Maserati MC20 To His Car Collection

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Andrew Tate Adds Maserati MC20 To His Car Collection
Andrew Tate Adds Maserati MC20 To His Car Collection

Whatever you think of Andrew Tate’s take on women, geopolitics, or any other controversial topic, there’s no denying the retired fighter has quite the impressive car collection. With many expensive Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Aston Martins, Rolls-Royces, Porsches. The man has added to the exotic stable with a Maserati MC20.

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Easily the coolest modern Maserati, the MC20 is a true supercar with a twin-turbo 3.0-liter V6 positioned midship for optimal balance. With a claimed 621-horsepowera and 538 lb.-ft. of torque derived in part through the magic of a twin-combustion system, that engine combines with an 8-speed automatic transmission to make the vehicle an absolute rocket.

For example, Car and Driver was able to get the MC20 from 0 to 60 mph in 3.2 seconds. While that’s not the quickest time ever recorded for a performance vehicle, it is up there even among the modern hypercars.


While not really built for such competition, the Maserati supercar makes short work of the quarter mile, squeezing that out in about 11 seconds. Just like how Tate was in the ring, this thing is no pushover even when compared to offerings from far more storied brands like Lamborghini and Ferrari.

This recent purchase made by Tate was scooped by the Twitter/X account Tate News, which claims the man paid $500,000. As many pointed out in the comments, such an expenditure isn’t a big deal for the man who’s worth millions despite all the controversy surrounding his latest ventures.

The big question plenty have is what will Tate add to his exotic and ultra-luxury car collection next? He doesn’t seem to be a fan of electrification, so we don’t anticipate he’ll be adding a Tesla or anything of the sort to his massive garage. That’s especially true after Elon Musk took a dig at him back on New Year’s Eve, making reference to Tate giving away his location through a photo with a pizza box.

Images via Maserati