Maserati has added to its Ghibli model range with the “Ghibli Ribelle”, a limited-edition release of just 30 cars for Asia.
When Maserati first unveiled its Ghibli model in 1966, the Italian marque offered the driving public a grand tourer that combined luxury and performance like never before. Fast forward to 2020, with Maserati’s new limited-edition release, the Ghibli Ribelle, presented in a sophisticated and unique ‘Nero Ribelle’ metallic colour.
The limited-edition comes with a twin-turbo V6 engine, designed by Maserati Powertrain and built at the Ferrari plant at Maranello, that delivers 350 raging stallions; dual exhaust pipes in dark stainless steel; and LED Dark headlights and LED taillights; while the interior of the “Ghibli Ribelle” features a Harman Kardon sound system, a two-tone black/red dashboard, black door panels and black central armrest, a black leather sport steering wheel with tone-on-tone stitching, and active shift paddles. There’s also a power sunroof and power liftgate with kick sensor.
The sporty seats (with 12 position memories) are in full premium leather,
with black and red contrasting stitching that’s available exclusively for this limited edition.
The uniqueness of the new Ghibli limited edition’s interior is further emphasised by a chromed aluminium badge bearing the legendary Trident combined with the new Ribelle logo. Located on the central console, in Carbon Fiber Twill High Gloss, it is clearly visible to all the vehicle’s occupants to establish its unique, exclusive character.
Think of it as bringing out your dark side.
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