Maserati – Ghibli Coupè

Exploiting the success of the V8 engine, fitted both to the Quattroporte and 4-seat Mexico coupé, in 1966 Maserati presented at the Turin Motor Show the most sports version of their range, a sleek 2-seat coupè which in the name recalled its exciting performance: Ghibli, the desert wind. Designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro and built by Carrozzeria Ghia, the Ghibli is believed one of the most beautiful example of the Italian styling of the Sixties: the engine position, in the front and very low, thanks to the dry oil sump lubrication, allowed Giugiaro to design a low, sports but at the same time elegant body which had a great sale success. Produced in both 4.7-liter and 4.9-liter engine version (the latter called Ghibli SS), both coupé and spider, the Ghibli could be fitted on request with the automatic transmission too.

Year 1966
Coachbuilder Ghia
Brand Maserati
Model Ghibli
Production Limited
Designer Giorgetto Giugiaro
Engine V8 Engine
cc 4709
Horsepower 330
length (mm) 4700
width (mm) 1790
height (mm) 1160
Photo Credits
Events '66 Turin Auto Show

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