The Maserati Ghibli has first been introduced in 1966 as a two-door coupe. The second generation, introduced in 1992, was again a two door coupe with a twin turbo V6 engine. Nowadays the latest Ghibli model, that has been introduced in 2013, is a four-door sedan and it acts as the entry-level Maserati. Symbolistic for that is that the Ghibli was the first Maserati ever to be available with a diesel engine. Nevertheless, it is a Maserati and the weakest engine is still a V6 and the interior is covered in fine leather and noble wooden surfaces. Also, the exterior design doesn’t let anyone think that this exclusive car’s price is similar to the one of an equally equipped Audi A7.