made its debut last month at the Shanghai Auto Show.
The Ghibli saloon will be offered with a 3.0-litre twin-turbo V6 petrol engine producing 330bhp and 410bhp in Ghibli S. There is also one diesel – 3.0-litre twin-twin turbo diesel producing 275bhp and 600Nm of torque.
In UK the Ghibli will be offered exclusively in rear-wheel drive configurations, while the LHD models will also get the optional Q4 all-wheel drive system.
Very talented Theophilus Chin has now created two renderings of an estate/wagon variant that would go against the likes of 5 Series Touring, A6 Avant and E-Class Estate.
The practicality of an estate along with Maserati luxury and Ferrari performance sounds like a viable product to us. Maserati has not confirmed such a model yet, but clearly is something they should consider…