The Maserati Ghibli name - made famous in the 1960s - was resurrected with the unveiling of the 1992 Ghibli, a two-door, four-seater coupe using twin-turbo V6 engines.
It was an evolution of the previous Biturbo coupes; in fact, the doors, interior, and bodyshell were carried over from the Biturbo.
The Ghibli nameplate returned in 2014, affixed to a large, four-door saloon which ranges from the $138,990 Ghibli D to the $179,990 Ghibli S. Competing against the likes of BMW’s 5 Series and the Mercedes-Benz E-Class, the Ghibli uses many parts from the larger - and more expensive - Quattroporte sedan.
Maserati Ghibli Reviews
Maserati Ghibli 2018 review: S GranSport
Maserati Ghibli S 2014 review
Maserati Ghibli 2013 Review