Maserati Ghibli, 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.
While the Targa Florio has been transformed into a showcase event for vintage and classic cars, its lessons of sheer determination, resilience and the rewards of hard work are not lost on its Sicilian hosts. The passion displayed for this race can be seen in other local ventures, as well. In just the past two decades, entrepreneurs have turned Sicily into one of Italy’s most prolific wine producing region. The improved quality of the wines is owed to hard work and innovative methods explored by a whole new generation of local winemakers. It’s the same kind of ingenuity and relentless pursuit of quality that has long established Maserati as one of the world’s finest automakers. So, while there is great pride in the historical accomplishments of the brand, the focus is always forward. The Maserati Ghibli is the proud product of both the collected knowledge and the latest, most inventive thinking of this legendary marque.
The Maserati Ghibli is a masterpiece of design, with the emphasis on both elegance and sportiness. What makes the Ghibli’s sleek and flowing lines so dramatic are the front and rear wheel-arches, which merge into a single central form to create a breathtakingly beautiful silhouette; its gleaming metal making a solid statement, much like a wind-carved stone peak. The front of Ghibli is dominated by the distinctive Maserati grille, with concave vertical fillets inspired by the current Gran Turismo and the A6GCS Berlinetta, a classic Maserati of the past. The grille’s traditional oval shape narrows at the top, where it meets the aggressive headlights, which make skillful use of LED daytime running lights to emphasize the car’s powerful persona. Continuing along the side, two curved lines merge together before giving way to the muscular rear end. Here, the tapered design of the boot is the natural continuation of the cabin, while the two LED taillights provide continuity with the wheel-arches. The triangular C-pillar and the frameless door windows give the Ghibli the appearance of a sleek and agile sports coupé, even though its length and wheelbase are amongst the longest in its class*
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