Maserati Ghibli: Then & Now


One of the most successful of Maserati’s classic cars, the 1967 Ghibli came onto the market at a time when the world’s fascination with fast, beautiful cars was growing rapidly. The original Ghibli’s 8-cylinder front engine carried 330hp and powered the muscular car with ease. It featured a tubular chassis, independent front suspension, and a beam axle with leaf springs to the rear. Maserati produced only 1,280 of these two-door roadsters.

Today, the Ghibli has evolved. The four-door model is sporty and blends the excitement of a sports car with the convenience of a sedan. It touts a 3.0-liter V6 twin-turbocharged engine that moves the Maserati from 0 to 60 in 5.5 seconds. Today’s Ghibli exudes luxury, comfort, and beauty.

Ghibli at a Glance (Standard Features):

Sport Mode

Limited-Slip Differential

Sun Roof

Full LED Taillamps

Auto-Dimming Door Mirrors

Stainless Steel Exhaust with Chrome Exhaust Tips

Italian Premium Leather Upholstery

8-Way Power Front Seats

Heated Front Seats

Leather-Covered Multifunctional 3-Spoke Steering Wheel

19″ Poseidone Machined Polished Alloy Wheels w/ All Season Tires

Push Button Start

MTC “Maserati Touch Control” 8.4″Touch-Screen Display

Driver Knee Airbag

Brake Assistance System (BAS)

To test drive a new Maserati Ghibli, stop by indiGO Auto Group’s Maserati of Rancho Mirage on the Desert European Motorcars Campus.

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