The new Maserati “Ghibli Ribelle”, to be launched from October, are produced in a limited edition of just 200 cars for the EMEA markets and offers owners exclusive design and elegant interior trims sharing a common denominator: the refined, sophisticated “Nero Ribelle” mica colour, which shows off the car’s unique design to exquisite effect.
This new limited edition Ghibli will be available with all of the sports saloon’s three power plants, the 275 HP V6 turbodiesel and the two petrol options, both twin-turbo V6 delivering 350 HP and 430 HP, designed by Maserati Powertrain and built at the Ferrari plant at Maranello.
At first sight, the Ghibli’s elegant silhouette acquires a new dimension thanks to the metallic tone of the “Nero Ribelle” colour. A sophisticated shade superlatively coordinated with the exclusive shiny black 19-inch Proteo alloy wheels with contrasting red laser etched details. The brake callipers are red.
The interior of the “Ghibli Ribelle” features two-tone black/red dashboard, black door panels and red central armrest, black leather Sports steering wheel with tone-on-tone stitching, and steering wheel paddle shifters. The sporty seats (with 12 position memories) are in full premium leather, again two-tone in black/red with contrasting stitching, available exclusively for this limited edition.
The uniqueness of the new Ghibli limited edition’s interior is further emphasised by a chromed aluminium badge bearing the legendary Trident combined with the new Ribelle logo. Located on the central console, in Black Piano finish wood, it is clearly visible to all the vehicle’s occupants to establish its unique, exclusive character.
For this “Ghibli Ribelle” limited edition, Maserati also offers the optional Ribelle Plus package, providing even greater luxury with laminated privacy windows for enhanced thermal and sound insulation, full-LED Matrix adaptive headlights, Harman Kardon premium sound system and opening sunroof.
The “Ghibli Ribelle” limited edition of just 200 cars will be on sale in EMEA region markets from October.