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Maserati Ghibli (modern)

Maserati Ghibli (modern) (Italy, 2013-present)

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MaseratiMaseratiMaseratiItaly, 1914 > present62 models
687 photos
7 videos
unveiled the new GhibliGhibliMaserati GhibliItaly, 1966 > 19972 series
6 versions
42 photos
sedan at the Shanghai Motor Show.

The Ghibli is similar to its big brother, the new QuattroporteQuattroporte Gen.6Maserati Quattroporte Gen.6Italy, 2013 > present11 versions
32 photos
, except at the front where designers cribbed a little from the GranTurismoGranTurismoMaserati GranTurismoItaly, 2007 > present19 versions
63 photos
2 videos
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The model is offered with two engines, either a twin-turbo V6 petrol or twin-turbo V6 diesel. The diesel V6 makes the Ghibli the first ever diesel Maserati.

Both engines use an eight-speed automatic with rear-and all-wheel drive powertrain options.



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At the turn from the 19th to the 20th century, the Maserati family integrated 6 brothers that were all somehow involved in automobile engineering and design: Alfieri, Bindo, Carlo, Ettore, Ernesto and Mario Maserati. They were initially in charge for the production of racing vehicles for the Diatto brand but when Diatto was suspended from racing, in 1926, the brothers decided to create their first Maserati car. Subsequently they formed the Maserati trademark. I...  more

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