The first Maserati Ghibli was designed and unveiled at the Turin Motor show of 1966. It followed a tradition pioneered by Maserati with the glorious A6 1500 of 1947 - it was a grand tourer. This means it delivered on the promise of glorious style, high-powered luxury and peerless comfort over almost any distance the owner cared to consider. Naturally imbued with our motor racing DNA, this car was a remarkably powerful force. Our latest Ghibli model embodies the spirit that shaped both the first incarnation of 1966 and our hunger to innovate, compete and win. That means exclusive luxury, elegant yet bold design and progressive technology. And, of course, empowering performance.
A BOLD STATEMENT
The design of the Ghibli is a study in dynamically sculpted curves and gracefully flowing lines – and the more you look, the more you see, the more you want to get in and drive. At the front, the signature grille signals both dynamic intent and poised composure. Inspired by the legendary A6 GCS Berlinetta of the 1950s, it features chromed bars and is perfectly integrated into the bumper, also stylishly updated. Above this, there’s the arching, predatory bonnet with two character lines plunging down into a V-shape. The grille’s traditional oval form narrows at the squared-off top section, accentuating the impression of strong forward focus. Here, it aligns with the sculpted headlights, incorporating LED Daytime Running Lights that underscore the charismatic Maserati presence.