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.