Ghibli S - Exteriors

A sports sedan with the alluring curves of a GT

When designing the Ghibli S, Maserati drew on all its experience in the manufacturing of GT cars of unmistakable class and top-quality performance, thrilling to drive yet comfortable, to create a unique, eye-catching and extraordinary sedan. A sporty soul that is immediately clear from the sculpted forms of the body, linked by clearly defined lines that generate movement.

Countless details that recall the unmistakable Maserati design tradition

A closer look at the car’s streamlined silhouette reveals a host of references to the Maserati tradition. The concave vertical fillets of the radiator grille are inspired by the GranTurismo and the A6 GCS Berlinetta, a famous icon from the past; also noticeable are the three large air vents behind the front wheels, with their new, more modern look, and the iconic oval Maserati “Saetta” logo on the triangular C-pillar.

The massive engine hood converges on a more rectangular, aggressive grille

With its emphasis on sporty glamour the Ghibli S’s design is a delight to behold and, just like the first Ghibli launched back in 1967, designed by the young Giorgetto Giugiaro, it captivates with its strong personality. The nose of the car is dominated by the distinctive Maserati radiator grille: although inspired by the traditional oval shape, it acquires a more rectangular form and narrows at the top, where it meets the aggressive front headlights.

The lines along the side create movement for a more dynamic look

The frameless door windows help to give the car the look of a sleek coupé, even though its length and wheelbase are amongst the longest in the class. The side of the car is defined by two curvy lines that converge before giving way to the muscular rear: the tapered design of the boot is the natural continuation of the cabin, and the two LED lights provide continuity with the mudguards.

Massive coloured brake calipers stand out behind the wheel spokes

The car’s personality is made even more aggressive by the 18” diamond alloy wheels (standard) with a new 12-spoke design, while the 19”, 20” and forged 21” wheels underline its elegant or sporty spirit. The eye-catching coloured brake calipers, available in Nero (standard), Rosso, Blu and Silver, stand out behind the wheel spokes.

Some models, equipment and accessories may not be available or may only become available after the car’s launch on the market. Maserati reserves the right to modify colors, designs and technical features at any time and without forewarning. Contact your authorized Maserati dealer for further details.