More and more supercar manufacturers these days are trying to introduce a model that can appeal to a slightly broader demographic for every day use. For Maserati, the Ghibli represents just that. Armed with a 3.0L V6 and slender stylish looks, the Ghibli is a sleek Italian competitor to the likes of BMW with their 5-Series and Mercedes Benz with their E-Class. Of course the Maserati badge has some extreme appeal and people may question whether or not you can put it in the same category as a BMW or a Benz, but the Ghibli is certainly part of Maserati’s global plan to drastically increase their annual sales.
On the outside, the Ghibli is perfectly sculpted with clean lines that instantly grab a passer-by’s attention. It’s aggressive an notable front radiator grille houses the infamous Maserati trident whilst rear twin tailpipes underline the car’s sporty and fun personality. Inside you maintain top notch Italian quality thanks to soft touch leather surfaces, ergonomic three-spoke leather-clad steering-wheel and a large 7” TFT display that showcases the car’s dynamic data. The verdict: the Ghibli not only looks good and sounds good, but it’s versatile twin Turbo V6 really helps provide some edge on the competition.