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Maserati Ghibli

Maserati Ghibli Rental

The Maserati Ghibli is a luxury car that is a more compact, affordable expression of the Italian automaker's unique approach to design. Relative to the Quattroporte the Ghibli is about a foot shorter, but both luxury cars share many of the same high end components. As expected of the Maseraiti brand, the cabin of the Ghibli offers plenty of stylish amenities like leather and wood trim, plush seats, and user-friendly controls.

Maserati Ghibli
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Although this exact model is not in our fleet in the USA, we have many similar luxury sedans available, such as the Mercedes-Benz GLC, Cadillac XT5, Jaguar F-Pace, BMW X3 or similar.


The Ghibli name has been assigned to three different Maseratis over the years. The first of its kind was a V8 grand tourer that was manufactured from 1966 to 1973. Automotive journalists showered this model with praise and it was deemed one of the top 10 sports cars of the 1960s. The legendary Ghibli SS variant was a direct product of this generation and at the time it was the quickest Maserati road car ever produced. Its second incarnation, on the market from 1992-1997, was a V6 twin-turbo coupé that received equally as many accolades. During these years a limited-production variant of this model was hailed for having the highest per-liter power output of any street-legal sports car on the market. In 2013 the current Ghibli was launched, offering a choice of three robust engines and is the first Maserati available with a diesel powertrain. While there is a generous selection of equipment offered on this latest version of the Ghibli it does lack a couple of features available in rival models like adaptive cruise control.


The Maserati brand has been around since the early 1900s and it quickly gained a reputation for manufacturing vehicles that are a force to reckon with on the racetrack. Maseratis like the renowned Tipo 60 and 61 ""Birdcage"" models have racked up a slew of victories and a single-make racing series was even created exclusively for the Ghibli. Known as the Open Cup, it ran from 1995 to 1996 and featured 25 specially made Ghibli Open Cup race cars that competed on tracks across Europe. Nowadays the Ghibli Open Cup models are prized collector items.

Technical Details


Cylinder 6
Capacity 2.979 ccm
Max speed 263 Km/h
Acceleration: 0 - 100 Km/h 5.6 s
Max. power 350 hp
Max. power at speed 5000 1/min
Max. torque 500 Nm
At speed 4500 1/min

Technical Details

Length 4.971 mm
Height 1.461 mm
Wheelbase 2.998 mm
Luggage capacity 500 l
Fuel capacity 80 l
Tare 1.810 kg