The new 2018 Maserati Ghibli has been spied testing before its launching later on this year.
Maserati’s compact four-door will likely get styling modifications just like those the automaker made to its larger Quattroporte sedan for the 2017 model year. Those updates consisted of a revamped front end with a new grille, new side skirts and exterior mirrors and a distinct rear diffuser with new exhaust tips. The spy pictures backs this presumption, envisioning a prototype wearing black camouflage over its front and rear ends.
Maserati likewise introduced new GranLusso and GranSport packages for the 2017 Quattroporte and is anticipated to do the exact same for the 2018 Ghibli. On the Quattroporte, the GranLusso trim adds distinct front and rear bumpers, 20-inch wheels and Ermenegildo Zegna silk interior trim, to name a few modifications, whilst the GranSport package includes sport fascias, red brake calipers, 21-inch wheels and a sport steering wheel. The packages need to bring similar equipment to the Ghibli.
The Ghibli’s 3.0-liter turbocharged V6 engine ought to remain the same for the new model year. The mill produces 345 horse power in the standard Ghibli and 404 horsepower in the sportier Ghibli S and is combined to an eight-speed automatic transmission.
Stay in touch for more details on the 2018 Ghibli as its launching date nears.