It was way back in April of last year that Maserati offered limited details on the Ghibli, and it has now taken just over a year for official details to come to light, and one thing is certain, the new model has Maserati Quattroporte DNA running through it.
The Maserati Ghibli specs show that while this is a far cheaper option than the Quattroporte, it still has plenty to offer. It is so important for Maserati to come up with a more budget friendly option, although it is still far higher than many other cars with almost the same features.
Maserati Ghibli price starts at just $67,850, which includes taxes and offers all-wheel drive, which means you will have plenty of traction when called upon. You will notice that this model is $35,000 cheaper than the Quattroporte, but if you want to add a little Quattroporte DNA to your Ghibli, then you can opt for the S Q4 trim, as this uses the same V6, twin-turbo 404 horsepower engine.
The Maserati Ghibli performance for this faster model will be 0-60 mph in just 4.7 seconds, and to help make it handle that kind of power and stay firmly on the gray stuff, the Ghibli also shares Quattroporte’s chassis and suspension.
As for the Maserati Ghibli options, there are plenty to choose from, all of which can be found on the official website, along with details and full pricing.
If you would like to see just what the Maserati Ghibli is capable off, then check out Tiff Needell putting it through its paces, although this is the diesel version because it is the cheapest option.