The first Maserati Ghibli was produced in 1966 as a two-door sports car designed Giugaro, the name Ghibli was coined by the term for a hot desert wind. Today’s Ghibli was introduced in 2013 and is a four-door luxury sedan.

Maserati today stands for luxury design, styling performance and is the Italian alternative to a sector that is dominated by the German brands. The design of the Ghibli is typically Italian, with flowing lines and a slightly belligerent, assertive and roguish arrogance.   

The Ghibli comes in the base model, S, S Q4 all of which use a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged V6 engine with a ZF automatic transmission. The engines are designed by Maserati and built by Ferrari, the S Q4 is all-wheel drive, which under normal operation directs 100% of the power to the rear and will switch to the front when necessary. 

The S Q4 produces 424hp, accelerates to 60 mph in 4.7 seconds and will reach a top speed of 178mph. For 2020, the Ghibli now comes in a Super Trofeo version, with a 3.8 liter V8 that produces 580hp. 

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