Maserati has debuted the new Ghibli at the Chengdu Motor Show 2017 in two different trims – GranLusso and GranSport.
The new Ghibli is an updated version of the car that was debuted in 2014.
The car has been given a slightly different grille and headlight design but it’s much of the same in the looks department for the Ghibli.
Maserati do say the the change in design has improved the car’s aerodynamics but by how much is not yet known.
It is the two new trim levels which is where the differences will be more apparent.
GranLusso is the luxurious and more elegant version of the sports saloon with new Ermenegilido Zegna sold upholstery and the GranSport is, unsurprisingly, has been designed with performance in mind.
Both trim levels are available on all four powertrain options of the Ghibli and both come with adaptive full LED headlights with glare-free Matrix high-beam.
Two new features included on all trim levels of the car are the Integrated Vehicle Control (IVC) and Electric Power Steering (EPS).
EPS has been added to allow the integration of new Advanced Driving Assistance Systems (ADAS) like Highway Assist, Lane Keeping Assist and Active Blind Spot Assist; together with Adaptive Cruise Control and Traffic Sign Recognition, these features are all available in the Driver Assistance package.
Powering the new range is a 3.0-litre V6 Twin Turbo engine now delivers 20 more horsepower than before and 30Nm more torque.
This takes the total power output to 430bhp and 580Nm of torque and a sprint time of 0-62mph in 4.7 seconds and 177mph top speed.