Maserati Ghibli is the name of three different cars produced from 1966 and 1973. Other models were produces until now.
The Ghibli was first unveiled as a 2-seater prototype at the November 1966 Turin Motor Show. Its steel body, characterized by a low, shark-shaped nose, was designed by a young Giorgetto Giugiaro, then working at Ghia.. The car featured pop-up headlamps, leather front sport seats and alloy wheels. Two rear seats consisting of nothing more than a cushion without a backrest were added to the production run, allowing the Ghibli to be marketed as a 2-door 2+2 fastback coupé. Deliveries started in March 1967.
The Ghibli SS was released in 1969. Its 4.9-litre engine was stroked 4 mm to displace 4930 cc, and put out 335 PS (246 kW; 330 bhp).