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MASERATI Ghibli Coupé

The Maserati Ghibli was a sports car made by Italian car manufacturer Maserati, which was produced from 1966 until the end of 1973. In a still-standing Maserati tradition the Ghibli is named after a wind: Ghibli is the Libyan name for the hot and dry, south-western blowing desert Sirocco. The Ghibli was first unveiled in prototype form on the Maserati stand at the November 1966 Turin Motor Show. Its steel body, characterized by a low, shark-shaped nose, was designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro.

The unusual length of the hood in the proportions of the Jaguar E-Type was similar consciously used stylistic device that should underline the presence of strong machine. The car was powered by a front placed quad-cam 4.7 L, 335 PS (246 kW; 330 bhp) dry sump V8 engine paired with to a five-speed manual or, or request, to a three-speed automatic transmission. The Ghibli used a tubular frame with a separate body. The coupé was built for luxury as well as performance, and its interior featured Connolly leather upholstery and burl elm trim. The Maserati Ghibli is a rare, attractive and sought after classic. The Ghibli drivers included for ex. Jean-Paul Belmondo, Sammy Davis Junior, Henry Ford II and Peter Sellers.

Daten & Fakten
1966 – 1973
Coupé, Spider
Ottomotoren 4,7 – 4,9 Liter
Maserati 5000 GT
Maserati Khamsin
1.124 Coupé / 124 Spider