Named after a wind just like the rest of the Maseratis, the Ghibli debuted at the 1966 Turin Motor Show. Due to the limited resources, it shared its tubular frame with the Quattroporte sedan and the Mexico grand tourer. The body was the work of Ghia’s new chief designer, Giorgio Giugiaro. 1997 was the final year of production for the Maserati Ghibli II.
The Ghibli was powered by a 24-valve Biturbo engine. A 2.8-litre V6 coupled to a 4-speed automatic transmission. The coupé was built for luxury as well as performance, and its interior featured Connolly leather upholstery and burl elm trim.
1997 Maserati Ghibli. The exterior is Silver with a Black leather interior. Automatic. 68,000 km. RWD. V-6 2800cc engine. Options include power windows, power mirrors, power seats, radio, and A/C.