Starting EGP 2,600,000
A bold statement, elegantly delivered
The first Maserati Ghibli was designed and unveiled at the Turin Motor show of the 1966. It followed a tradition pioneered by Maserati with the glorious A6 1500 of 1947: it was a grand tourer. That meant it delivered on the promise of glorious style, high-powered luxury and peerless comfort over almost any distance the owner cared to consider.
A car imbued, naturally, with our motor racing DNA - a remarkably powerful force. Our latest Ghibli model embodies the spirit that shaped both the first incarnation of 1966 and our hunger to innovate, compete and win. That means exclusive luxury, elegant yet and bold design and progressive technology. And, of course, empowering performance. New cars for sale in Egypt.
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ENGINE | PERFORMANCE | FEATURES | SAFETY
Max speed: 267 km/h
Acceleration: 5.5 sec
Consumption (combined cycle) - NEDC values: 11.0-11.1 l / 100 km
Consumption (extra urban condition) - NEDC values: 8.4-8.6 l / 100 km
Consumption (urban condition) - NEDC values: 15.4-15.4 l / 100 km
CO2 emission (combined cycle) - NEDC values: 248-252 g/km
CO2 emission (extra urban condition) - NEDC values: 190-196 g/km
CO2 emission (urban condition) - NEDC values: 349-349 g/km
Race-bred power wrapped in lavish elegance.
The Ghibli’s distinct Maserati DNA – combining the performance capabilities of a coupé with the luxurious style of an executive sedan – makes inspirational motoring an everyday experience, whatever the distance.
Standard ZF eight-speed automatic transmission
The sophisticated ZF eight-speed automatic transmission in the Maserati Ghibli puts a vast world of possibilities in the palm of your hand – and, if tempted, your fingertips.
The advanced design of the ZF eight-speed automatic transmission ensures precise gear changes and optimum performance, putting the power of the Ghibli engines under your complete control.
Thanks to auto-adaptive software, the transmission modifies its shift patterns according to driving style, for an even more rewarding, one-to-one driving experience. And when it comes to long, high-speed journeys, the last two gears, seventh and eighth, are specially calibrated to reduce fuel consumption and further increase comfort.
The transmission sends power to the rear wheels of all Ghibli versions via a standard mechanical Limited-Slip Differential. This ensures superb traction in even challenging situations.
Q4 intelligent all-wheel drive system
The Q4 intelligent all-wheel drive system keeps the performance and comfort of your Maserati Ghibli at their engaging, inspirational best – even when the weather and road conditions are far from ideal.
The Ghibli S Q4 is a perfect choice for drivers seeking the dynamic rewards of rear-wheel drive with the back-up of four-by-four traction whenever needed. Each version features the same compact and lightweight Q4 intelligent all-wheel drive system. This continually analyses six parameters: driving style, steering angle, yaw angle, speed, wheel slip and power output. Drive torque from the 430 hp V6 petrol engine is then distributed to suit the situation.
A sophisticated algorithm developed by Maserati also continuously monitors dynamic inputs such as wheel speed, steering and yaw angle and even wheel grip versus driving style. Processing all this data, the Q4 system then establishes a dedicated grip profile for each individual wheel. This ensures optimum dynamics for any given road condition, at any time.
Infotainment & Connectivity
The interior of the Ghibli is built around a driver interface that is intuitive, uncluttered and simple to use.
The instrument cluster features large analogue gauges for the tachometer and speedometer, alongside a 7” TFT display.
The 8.4” Maserati Touch Control Plus (MTC+) unit takes pride of place at the centre of the Ghibli dashboard. With very few buttons plus a highly responsive interface, it is designed to help the driver maintain focus on the road ahead and mastering it is intuitive and easy. In addition, MTC+ controls the front seat heating, as well as the ventilation, steering wheel heating and the operation of the rear sunblind, where fitted. The screen also displays the rear view, with guidelines, for the reversing camera.
The state-of-the-art system features both Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto® mirroring functions. In addition, for iPhone® users, Apple’s Siri® system acts as a personal assistant, allowing them to carry out tasks using voice command. Through naturally spoken language, it is possible to make a call or access music, messages, reminders, emails, websites and much more.
The infotainment system is also completed by Aux-in, USB sockets and the SD card reader.
Full-LED Adaptive matrix Headlights
The GranLusso and GranSport are fitted with Full-LED Adaptive Matrix headlights that even further sharpen the striking Maserati look, significantly improve visibility and lower energy usage.
They also offer remarkably long bulb life. With 15 LEDs operating at full beam, these headlights offer a 200% greater field of vision than traditional halogen lights. Road illumination extends by 55 metres and bulb longevity is roughly twice as long. Its glare-free technology enables drivers to gain the full benefits of their headlights without affecting oncoming vehicles. This uses a digital camera behind the rear-view mirror to detect approaching vehicles. It then directs the light away from the other vehicles, leaving them untroubled by glare. The surrounding areas, meanwhile, remain safely and effectively lit with near-daylight quality illumination.
Maserati made safety a top priority when designing the Ghibli. So not only does it provide mile after mile of high-powered luxury, it also has the full 5-star EURO NCAP safety rating.
The Maserati Safety Program
The Maserati Stability Program
Developed in the most extreme test conditions, the Maserati Stability Program (MSP) uses an array of sensors to constantly monitor driving status. It can then deploy a host of safety and performance systems to maintain handling and grip. If, for instance, a skid is detected, MSP selectively reduces engine torque and can activate the brakes with finely varied inputs to restore stability within milliseconds.
Adaptive Driving Beam
This automatically adjusts the width and depth of the headlight beams, giving maximum lighting effectiveness and optimal safety. This is made possible by a camera mounted in the rear-view mirror and sensors that monitor several different parameters, including the steering wheel position, the car’s speed and the way it is being driven. ADB comes on automatically when driving in bad weather, on motorways or in town.
The Maserati Ghibli is equipped with seven airbags. Two at the front, both dual-stage, shield the driver and front passenger in the event of collision, while torsos and hips are further protected by two side bags in the front seats. There are also two window airbags in the roof next to the central pillar. Finally, a seventh airbag protects the driver’s legs.
Tyre Pressure Monitoring System
The system, standard on all Ghibli versions, continuously monitors tyre pressure using a sensor integrated with the valve. The pressure can be read on the dashboard display. In the case of a puncture or a change in tyre pressure, the system notifies the driver with visual and acoustic warnings.
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