Introduced in 2014, the Maserati Ghibli sets itself apart from its bland German rivals in the midsize luxury sedan segment. With Italian flair and passion from both the styling and the Ferrari-derived engine, Ghibli is a truly unique proposition. Ghibli comes with two different twin-turbocharged V6 engines. In the standard Ghibli, the engine produces 345 bhp, and in the more powerful Ghibli S Q4, the engine produces a healthy 404 bhp. This power figure allows Ghibli S Q4 to accelerate from 0-60 mph in just 4.8 seconds, which is considerably faster than all the other cars in its segment. Ghibli also offers a more exotic exhaust note for those drivers who want to push their car and tap into its performance potential. The V6 sings and enhances the sporty driving experience. Ghibli, however, does not sacrifice comfort and is easily the most comfortable car in its class with the most advanced chassis. On the inside, Ghibli offers all the modern luxuries that a car in this class should offer, and even though you could consider Ghibli to be a mini-supercar from Maserati, it does not come with any of the downsides that a supercar brings.