1967 – 1972
After 10 years of top-notch grand-touring cars, it was time to renew a trend. The world was going through the beat revolution and, while remaining less extreme and ostentatious, Maserati needed to follow that direction. The rebellious and dramatic style of Giorgietto Giugiaro, who was working for the Ghia studio at the time, was the perfect match for this model. Named after an Egyptian desert storm wind, the Ghibli was unveiled at the Turin Motor Show in late 1966. Its striking appearance is still looked up to as one of Giugiaro’s most beautiful designs.