Maserati has name dropped their all-new spyder sports car: the MC20 Cielo.

The name “Cielo” means “sky” in Italian, referring to its openair driving experience. The vehicle will be based on the MC20, though it is unclear if the Cielo will simply be a drop-top variant of the MC20 or if it will offer a bespoke set of equipment/powertrain options.

What we do know is the new spyder is 100 percent made in Italy, developed at the Maserati Innovation Lab in Modena. It is produced at the automaker’s historic plant on Viale Ciro Menotti-- where the MC20 is produced, too.

A global reveal is slated for May 25th; we’ll have more info on the MC20 Cielo soon on MotorWeek!