Ferrari's FXX program is an entirely new concept for true enthusiasts. The customer owns the car but can only use it on track in special event days organized by the brand.
The Corse Clienti department thus operated in 2006 the FXX based on the Enzo, in 2011 the 599 XX based on the 599 GTB, in 2015 the FXX K based on LaFerrari. These cars built in very small series are expensive. The 23 FXX K were all sold within 48 hours at € 2,18M per unit.
Maserati reveals the MC12 Corsa at the time when Ferrari starts the FXX, with the same concept of accompanied ownership. This is indeed not a coincidence. Since 1999 Maserati is only a luxury car brand controlled by Ferrari in the Fiat group. The MC12 Corsa is derived from the Maserati MC12 and its MC12 GT1 competition variant. The MC12 and the Ferrari FXX were both designed from the chassis of the Ferrari Enzo, nevertheless deeply modified.
Twelve Maserati MC12 Corsa were built. They are similar to each other up to the Victory Blue color of their body. Their selling price was € 1M worth US $ 1.57M at that time.
The first Corsa produced by Maserati was sold by Coys on May 10, 2008 for € 1,42M including premium after being modified to be road legal in Germany. A Corsa dated 2008 was sold for € 770K including premium by RM Auctions on May 17, 2009.
Since 2009 no MC12 Corsa appeared in the auction databases. One of them dated 2007 is now estimated $ 2,3M for sale by Mecum in Monterey on August 19, lot S85.