Inspired by more than a century of competition victories, Ghibli delivers the dynamic performance and rear-wheel drive exhilaration of a genuine sports sedan wrapped in a stunning Italian design of refined spaciousness and class-leading luxury. Welcome to the second century of Maserati.
When designing the Maserati Ghibli, Maserati drew on its rich experience as creators of the finest grand touring cars in history. The very first Gran Turismo was a Maserati, and since then, every car bearing the Trident has offered thrilling performance and unmatched style. The Ghibli, Maserati’s newest creation, is an extraordinary sports sedan that blends the soul of a GT with a powerful new shape that delivers excitement, every time you drive.
With a look that is glamorous yet assertive, the design of the Maserati Ghibli makes a striking impression. Like the first Ghibli launched back in 1967—designed by the young Giorgetto Giugiaro—it captivates with its strong personality. From the front, the Ghibli is dominated by the distinctive Maserati grille, and while inspired by the traditional oval shape, it acquires a more rectangular form, narrowing at the top to meet aggressive front headlights.
The frameless door windows help to give the Maserati Ghibli the look of a sleek coupe, even though its length and wheelbase are amongst the longest in its class. The side of the car is defined by two curved lines that converge, before giving way to the rear flanks.
Low Consumption, Sporty Verve
Compared to the more powerful unit installed on the Ghibli S Q4, this six-cylinder engine has specifically designed camshafts and injectors, combined with a different turbine mapping and a customized electronic control system. These modifications have cut consumption even further, without significantly affecting throttle response. From a standstill, the Maserati Ghibli springs from zero-to-60 mph in just 5.5 seconds (zero-to100 km/h in 5.6 seconds), with a top speed of 163 mph (263 km/h).
Positioned in the driving seat of the Maserati Ghibli, the driver feels a sense of total control. The ergonomic, three-spoke leather-clad steering wheel features controls for interacting with the main multimedia functions. Behind it is a simple yet striking instrument panel; the large speedometer and tachometer have elegant white backlighting and are separated by a 7-inch TFT display that shows the car’s dynamic data at a glance.
|Max power||345-hp @ 5,250 rpm|
|Fuel tank capacity||21.1 gal.|
|Engine||3.0 L V6|
|Drivetrain||Rear Wheel Drive|
|Fuel Type||Premium unleaded|
|Maximum torque||369 lbs.-ft. @ 1,750 rpm|
|Max speed||163 mph / 262 km/h|
|Length||195.7 in (4,971 mm)|
|Width||76.6 in (1,946 mm)|
|Height||57.5 in (1,461 mm)|
|Wheelbase||118.0 in (2,997 mm)|
|Passenger volume||108.0 cu.ft.|
|Compression ratio||9.70 to 1|
|Engine bore x stroke||3.4″ x 3.3″|
|Curb Weight||3,990 lbs.|
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