Maserati Ghibli Spyder
1966-1973, 125 produced.
Sports,2 doors,2 seats
The Ghibli made its first appearance in 1966 and instantly became one of the worlds fastest production cars. The Ghibli was aimed at the Ferrari Daytona market and was powered by a quad-cam 4719cc V8 engine. From 1970 a 4.9 litre "SS" version became available which was even more powerful and could be specified with automatic transmission.
The striking Ghibli body was created by Italian stylists Ghia and featured pop-up headlamps and the distinctive Maserati front grille. Although the Spyder was intended to be enjoyed with its roof folded down a works hardtop was also available as an extra. Standard specification included electric windows and air conditioning. Production of the Ghibli continued until 1973.
|Top Speed||0-60||SQM||MPG||Engine Pwr||Comment|
|154 mph||9.5 s||0 s||0 mpg||0 bhp 0|