Engine: 2,8 L
Mileage: 57,643 kms
Our Ghibli in Nostalgia’s showroom was produced in 1994. It is featured with the 2,8 L V6 engine and a six-speed manual gearbox . It is in absolute immaculate condition in a beautiful blue colour with a very elegant dark beige leather and alcantara interior.
In 1992 Maserati introduced a new model named after its 1967 classic, the Ghibli. Though it aimed at renewing the image of the Biturbo range and linking it back to the marque’s glorious past, it still used the longer wheelbase chassis of the Biturbo coupés. Not as wide as the Shamal and still styled by Gandini, the new Ghibli represented a fully mature evolution of the Biturbo’s style and proportions. There were fewer visible changes inside, though the interior was characterized by an ever higher standard of quality and finish. The whole rear section was inspired by the Shamal, but was entirely remodeled with smoother surfacing. The high tail improved aerodynamic stability while also increased luggage space.
Maserati introduced the car with a 2-litre twin cam/4 valve 306 hp V6 for the Italian market with 6-speed manual Getrag gearbox. As per previous Biturbo models, the new Ghibli received a higher-capacity engine for export markets. The engineers had developed a 2.8 liter engine already in 1986 for the 228, and by 1992 this 90-degree 24 valves, double overhead camshaft, twin turbo V6 was good for 284 hp at 6000 RPM and , guaranteeing superior performance.
Offered with a 5-speed gearbox at first, later the Ghibli 2.8 received the same 6-speed Getrag box as its Italian-market sister. A 4-speed automatic was added in 1994.