Maserati Ghibli GranLusso GranSport

Restyled: Maserati Ghibli gains two new trim levels

Introducing the GranLusso & GranSport

At the Chengdu Motor Show 2017 Maserati have unveiled the new Ghibli in two different trims - GranLusso and GranSport. The 3.0 V6 diesel engine remains unchanged, but the Ferrari-built 3.0 V6 Twin Turbo petrol engine on the Ghibli S will be increased by 20bhp and 30Nm of torque compared to the previous unit. 

Aesthetic changes accentuate the Ghibli's elegance and sportiness. With a new front grille and changes to the rear and bumpers, this has substantially improved aerodynamic efficiency, giving the two trims a strong identity in line with Maserati's brand positioning.

The new Ghibli GranLusso underlines the luxury and elegance of this fantastic car, featuring enhanced exterior finish and a rich interior with Ermenegildo Zegna silk upholstery. 

GranLusso's dashboard is draped in open-pore Radica wood. There's also heated front and rear seats, four-zone climate control and an electric rear blind for privacy and more comfort.

The GranLusso features a new front bumper with dedicated chrome inserts and a new front grille with chrome bars. In profile, the GranLusso badge at the bases of the front bumpers and body coloured side skirts identify the specific version. The new rear bumper is elegantly redesigned to give a sharper look compared to the previous version.

Both versions feature adaptive full LED headlights with glare-free Matrix high-beam for even better illumination and a distinctive look. 

Two new features introduced on the new Ghibli are the Integrated Vehicle Control (IVC) and Electric Power Steering (EPS). The IVC is a new function of the ESP that further enhances the car's driving dynamics and offers a more unique, thrilling driving experience.

The GranSport was created to reflect Maserati's incredible sports heritage, featuring a more aggressive exterior design and unique interior.

Excitingly, the new models bring improvements and updates to the ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) which also includes autonomous driving.