The Maserati Ghibli I was first introduced at the Turin Motor Show in 1966 and was produced from 1967 to 1974, until the Maserati Khamsin replaced it. The 2+2, 2-door sports car was powered by a 4.7-liter V8 equipped with dry sump, twin cams, and four Weber carburetors. With a power output of 310 hp, the Ghibli I could reach a top speed of 155 mph and reach 60 mph from still in 6.8 seconds. The car featured four-wheel disc brakes and a sophisticated suspension system. The design of the Ghibli I was the work of Giugiaro at Ghia, and is still celebrated as one of the most memorable and refined Maserati to date. Long, wide, and low, the Maserati Ghibli I presents flawless proportions and its neat, hidden-headlamp nose will inspire the design of many models to follow.
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