Sculpted forms and well-defined volumes connected by clean lines that create movement: the Ghibli captures the attention with its emphasis on sporty glamour and, just like the first Ghibli launched back in 1967, captivates with its strong personality. Notable features of the sleek silhouette include the front and rear mudguards, which merge into a single central form for a more dynamic overall line.

A nose with a strong personality

The car’s nose is dominated by the distinctive Maserati radiator grille whose concave vertical fillets are inspired by the GranTurismo and the A6 GCS Berlinetta, a famous icon from the past. The grille’s traditional oval shape becomes more rectangular and narrows at the top where it meets the front headlights, which make skilful use of LEDs to underline the car’s strong character. 

Sinuous lines create movement

Continuing along the side, past the three signature air vents behind the front wheels, two curvy lines add glamour before merging and giving way to the muscular rear mudguards. The triangular C-pillar, which sports the iconic Saetta logo, and the frameless door windows give the car the look of a sleek coupé in spite of its length and a wheelbase that is amongst the longest in the class.

To the rear, the twin tailpipes underline the car’s sporty character

To the rear, the tapered design of the boot is the natural continuation of the cabin, while the two LED lights provide continuity with the mudguards. A sporty look underlined by the twin exhaust tailpipes and the vast selection of wheels available, from 18” (standard) up to 21”, which speak the language of the purest Maserati style by integrating the Trident logo into the spokes.


Choice materials together with modern design and ergonomic controls

When sat in the driving seat of the Ghibli, you’ll feel in total control: the ergonomic three-spoke leather-clad steering-wheel with controls for interacting with the main multimedia functions frames a simple but striking instrument panel. The large speedometer and rpm-counter have elegant white backlighting and are separated by a 7” TFT display that shows the car’s dynamic data.

The soft leather on the seats can also be used on the dashboard and doors

The smooth, elegant lines of the dashboard and central tunnel immerse passengers in an atmosphere of pure elegance: the soft leather of the seat upholstery can also be used on the two dashboard side panels and doors to create original two-tone combinations that enhance the sporty feel of the interior. Not to mention the exquisite contrast stitching, the epitome of traditional craftsmanship.


 The seats have a wraparound form, underlining the interior’s sporty feel and guarantee top-class comfort. The optional all-electric front seat adjustment system makes it easy to achieve the perfect driving position in terms of height, depth and the angle of the back and seat. The roomy rear bench seat accommodates up to three passengers.


The Ghibli is powered by a versatile 330 HP 3 litre V6 Twin Turbo engine

The Ghibli’s 3 litre Twin Turbo V6 is an engine designed to achieve even lower fuel consumption and emissions while still guaranteeing stunning sporty performance. The result is outstanding versatility in terms of use, combined with extremely impressive torque and power values: 330 HP (243 kW) at 5,000 rpm and, when the Sport button is pressed, 500 Nm available at engine speeds from 1,750 to 4,500 rpm.

Low consumption, sporty verve

Compared to the more powerful unit installed on the Ghibli S, this six-cylinder engine has specifically designed camshafts and injectors, combined with different turbine mapping and a customised electronic control system. These modifications have cut consumption even further without impacting on its response to the throttle. From a standstill, the Maserati Ghibli springs to 100 km/h in 5.6 seconds; its top speed is 263 km/h.

New auto-adaptive transmission

 The Ghibli benefits from the potential of a next-generation eight-speed ZF automatic transmission: lightweight, high-performance and a guarantee of precision gear shifting, it is controlled by auto-adaptive software that is able to recognise driving style and road conditions and adapt the gear changing mode accordingly. There are five operating modes: Auto Normal, Auto Sport, Manual Normal, Manual Sport and I.C.E. (Increased Control & Efficiency).

GranTurismo handling

The key task of managing the Ghibli’s handling is entrusted to the extremely sophisticated suspension system. The aluminium arms of the double-wishbone front suspensions are higher up for precise handling, while the five-arm multilink system used at the rear is ideal for reconciling ride comfort with sporty performance. 

Next-generation steering

The servo assisted hydraulic steering system ensures optimum “feel” at the wheel, with no annoying impression of artificial assistance when cornering at high speed. Specifically designed to make driving as much fun as possible, the Ghibli’s steering system is light and smooth at all times, even when parking. This effectiveness in all situations is further enhanced by a new aluminium steering box. 


A new concept in personalization for the sports sedan segment

The Ghibli is a car that places no limits on its driver’s desires and preferences, revolutionising the concept of customisation in the sports sedan segment. The leather, available in three colours, is used on the front and rear seats as standard, but can also be extended to the side areas above the dashboard, the instrument panel brow and the door armrests to create an original two-tone combination.


For music connoisseurs seeking more power, more dynamism, and an extra dimension of emotional realism, the optional Harman Kardon Premium Sound System brings new levels of audio refinement to the Maserati Ghibli. With ten high-powered speakers carefully positioned throughout the cabin, the system produces 360 degrees of sublime sound reproduction despite the listeners` seating position. A special high-performance subwoofer handles the low-end frequencies with ease, whilst the mid-range drivers and tweeters ensure that every instrument makes its presence felt on this virtual concert platform.

Concert-hall acoustics thanks to the Bowers & Wilkins Premium sound system

Those in search of concert-hall acoustics on the Ghibli have only to order the optional new-generation Premium Surround system, created in association with high-end sound specialists Bowers & Wilkins. The system, with a 16-channel 1,280 Watt amplifier and 15 speakers, blends perfectly into the design of the interior and guarantees unparalleled sound with unbeatable dynamic purity.  

Ermenegildo Zegna dressed Maserati

It can be argued that nature is the ultimate artisan…so it’s no surprise that our idea of luxury includes some of nature’s finest works. Maserati and the world-renown fashion house, Ermenegildo Zegna, understand this, and have teamed up to produce some of the automotive world’s most sumptuous and serene environments ever.  


Discerning drivers and passengers will feel fully indulged surrounded by the interior’s selection of luxury leathers. Further comfort and style can be seen in the natural fibre Zegna Mulberry Silk inserts that are embellished with a hand-stitched micro-chevron and are found on the seats, door panels, roof lining, sunshades and the ceiling light fixture. Seating features a central silk insert with a macro-chevron weave. Door panels, roof lining and sunshades are further covered with Zegna silk jersey, completing the artistic ambience.

Elegant or sporty soul

The central tunnel and door panel trims have a modern black finish, but Burr walnut, an exquisite open-pore wood, Ebony or carbon fibre, in a special glossy finish, are available on request The sporty feel of the carbon fibre finish can be combined with the Active Shift gear shift paddles, mounted behind the steering wheel and integrated in the steering column, and the sporty brushed steel pedals. 

Tech Specs

The new Maserati Ghibli has been awarded two prestigious and internationally recognized ratings for passive safety: five stars EuroNCAP rating and the Top safety pick.

Length 4971 mm
Width (with mirrors) 2100 mm
Width (without mirrors) 1945 mm
Height 1461 mm
Wheelbase 2998 mm
Front track 1635 mm
Rear track 1653 mm
Front overhang 935 mm
Rear overhang 1038 mm
Turning circle 11,7 m
Boot capacity 500 l
Fuel tank capacity 80 l
Dry weight 1710 kg
Kerb weight 1810 kg
Weight distribution front/rear 50% / 50%
* European market version
Front 235/50 R18
Rear 235/50 R18
No. of cylinders and layout V6 60°
Displacement 2979 cm³
Bore 86,5 mm
Stroke 84,5 mm
Transmission Automatic 8 gears
Compression ratio 9.7:1
Max. power output 243 kW (330 CV)
Engine speed at max. power output 5000 rpm
Peak torque 500 Nm
Engine speed at peak torque 4500 rpm
Overboost Torque 500 Nm
Engine speed at overboost torque 1750 - 4500 rpm
Maximum speed 263 km/h
0 to 100 km/h acceleration 5,6 s
Stopping distance 100 to 0 Km/h 36 m
Fuel consumption (combined cycle) l/100 km 8,9
Fuel consumption (urban cycle)  l/100 km 12,6
Fuel consumption (extra urban cycle)  l/100 km 6,8
CO2 emissions (combined cycle) g/km 207
CO2 emissions (urban cycle) g/km 292
CO2 emissions (extra urban cycle) g/km 158
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Some models, equipment and accessories may not be available or may only become available after the car’s launch on the market. Maserati reserves the right to modify colors, designs and technical features at any time and without forewarning. Contact your authorized Maserati dealer for further details.