If you didn't know, Maserati currently sells a car called the Ghibli. It's a four-door sedan with a twin-turbo V6 that sends power exclusively through an automatic transmission, either to the rear wheels or an available all-wheel drive system. If we're being honest, it's not a very exciting car. But there was a time when the Maserati Ghibli was cool.
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I'm not talking about the original Ghibli—an achingly pretty car in its own right—no, I'm talking, of course, about the second-generation Ghibli. Based on the relatively unloved BiTurbo coupe, it came with a version of that car's 2.8-liter twin-turbo V6 engine, along with some updated looks, bigger wheels, a limited-slip differential, 280 horsepower, a six-second 0-60 time, and a 155-mph top speed.
Only around 2300 BiTurbo-based Ghiblis were produced, making them a rare sight in any form. The model you see here is a later GT variant, with bigger 17-inch wheels, black headlight housings, upgraded suspension, and an improved transmission. The Sprint Yellow paint is just a bonus.
Check it out in Los Angeles, California with an asking price of $49,000.