Power extends appeal of Maserati's executive class contender

Anyone looking for a powerful, well-equipped executive saloon is spoiled for choice in today’s market, with all the prestige brands offering a wide range of models.

So it’s a good to welcome a rather more exotic contender – especially when it’s as practical and as appealing as Maserati’s Ghibli. A real game-changer for the company’s centenary year.


Maserati Ghibli

The Ghibli couldn’t be anything other than a Maserati. Even if you ignore the distinctive trident in the centre of that snarling grille there’s something about the sensual profile, tapering waistline and muscular rear haunches that set it apart. Inside, there’s a simple but striking instrument panel ahead of the three-spoke steering wheel, with rpm, speed and a dividing TFT information panel.

The two front seats, each trimmed in soft leather, are separated by a raised console for a cockpit-like ambience while the rear seats will accommodate three in comfort. Two-tone leather colour combinations and the distinctive hand-stitching of the upholstery strengthen the feeling that you’re travelling first class.

GranLusso and GranSport trim options now available

With the GranLusso, the style is focused on luxury. With the GranSport, it’s more about engaging driving dynamics.

Interior Tour


Maserati Ghibli

The V6 is mated to a smooth, next-generation 8-speed ZF transmission that recognises your driving style and road conditions and adapts accordingly. Drivers can choose from five operating modes: Auto Normal, Auto Sport, Manual Normal, Manual Sport and I.C.E. (Increased Control and Efficiency).For the chassis, the double-wishbone front and five-arm multilink rear suspension manage to reconcile business-class ride comfort with the kind of agile handling one would expect of a car carrying the Maserati badge.


  • Top Speed166 MPH

  • 0-60 MPH5.6s

  • Max Power350 BHP

  • Engine Size2987 CC

  • Weight1,710 KG

Maserati Ghibli
Number of cylinders and layout V6 60°
Displacement (cm³) 3000
Bore (mm) 86.5
Stroke (mm) 84.5
Transmission Eight-speed automatic
Compression ratio 9.7:1
Max. power output (CV) 350 (243 kW)
Max. power output (rpm) 5500
Peak torque (Nm) 500
Peak torque (rpm) 1750 - 4500
Maximum speed (mph) 165 (267 km/h)
Acceleratio 0 to 62 mph (s) 5.5
Dimensions & Weights
Length (mm) 4971
Width (mm) 1945
Width (mm) 2128
Height (mm) 1461
Wheelbase (mm) 2998
Front track (mm) 1635
Rear track (mm) 1653
Front overhang (mm) 935
Rear overhang (mm) 1038
Turning circle (m) 11.7
Boot Capacity (l) 500
Fuel tank (l) 80
Kerb weight (kg) 1835
Braking system
Stopping distance 62 to 0 mph (m) 36
Front disc dimensions (mm) 360 x 32
Front disc type Dual cast, ventilated & cross-drilled
Front callipers Fixed monolithic, six-pistons
Rear disc dimensions (mm) 345 x 28
Rear discs Ventilated & cross-drilled
Rear callipers Fixed, four-pistons
Consumption - WLTP
Low (mpg) 14.1 (20,0 l/100 km) - 14.8 (19,0 l/100 km)
Medium (mpg) 22.9 (12,3 l/100 km) - 24.1 (11,7 l/100 km)
High (mpg) 27.9 (10,1 l/100 km) - 30.0 (9,4 l/100 km)
Extra High (mpg) 27.1 (10,4 l/100 km) - 29.1 (9,7 l/100 km)
Combined cycle (mpg) 23.5 (12,0 l/100 km) - 24.9 (11,3 l/100 km)
Fuel Consumption
CO2 emissions Urban (g/km) 257 - 255

New Maserati Ghibli pricing from £58,700

New Maserati Ghibli prices start from £58,700 and Maserati Ghibli GranLusso & Maserati Ghibli GranSport prices start from £66,200. This is the manufacturer's on the road price (OTR)  including VAT, Road Tax and Registration as of February 2020, please call us to discuss options.

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