One of the rare Maserati MC12 supercars
has caught fire in Germany, causing extensive engine and bodywork damage.
A passerby has caught the burning MC12 and its worried owner on the two videos that can be seen below.
The "edo competition" stickers indicate that the renowned German tuner interfered with the MC12 in some way, although its not clear if the engine received any performance enhancements. The supercar's V12 engine was made by Ferrari, perhaps the most notorious luxury brand when it comes to technical reliability.
The MC12 boasts a naturally aspirated V12 engine that punches out 620 hp (465 kW) at 7,500 rpm and 481 lb-ft (652 Nm) of torque at 5,500 rpm. Only around 30 examples were made, 25 of which are street-legal.
Another video of the burning MC12 is here.