For the latest descendant of the Biturbo family tree, the name of one of the greatest Maserati Gran Turismo cars of the 1960s was revived. The new Ghibli was still based on the Biturbo platform, but had a more modern body design and wider tracks. As usual, the 2.0L version was destined for the Italian market, while the 2.8L was built for export. The aluminium V6 engine also reached the ultimate stages of its development, with twin-cam/4-valve heads and a power output of 306hp from just 2 litres. Coupled to the Getrag 6-speed manual gearbox previously seen in the Shamal, it allowed a top speed of over 260km/h. In 1995, the Ghibli was named Ghibli GT and underwent a number of technical modifications, including a new rear differential.

Data sheet Ghibli Ghibli (2.8)
Model code Tipo AM336 Tipo AM336
Body type 2-door, 5-seater three-box coupé 2-door, 5-seater three-box coupé
Design Marcello Gandini Marcello Gandini
Production years 1992 - 1997 1992 - 1998
Maserati era Fiat Fiat
Numbers produced 1,157 1,063
Chassis Monocoque steel construction Monocoque steel construction
Dry weight 1,365kg 1,406kg
Engine configuration 90° V6, 24 valves, double overhead camshaft, twin-turbo 90° V6, 24 valves, double overhead camshaft, twin-turbo
Displacement 1,996cc 2,790cc
Maximum power 306hp @ 6,250rpm 284hp @ 6,000rpm
Top speed Over 260km/h 260km/h
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