In terms of their mechanical specs, the three Maserati Ghibli trims share the same basic V6 engine, but with different outputs and with different powertrain configurations and performance specifications. The trim levels are GT, Modena, and Modena Q4. We review the V8-powered Trofeo flagship separately. The GT's base powertrain features a twin-turbo 3.0-liter V6 producing 345 hp and 369 lb-ft. Stepping up to the Modena and Modena Q4 takes that power up to 424 hp using the same engine. The standard specification includes dual-zone climate control, blind-spot assist, adaptive cruise control, a 10.1-inch infotainment system, keyless start, leather upholstery, heated front seats, and an eight-speaker audio system. A sunroof is standard. Various package options are available to upgrade the trim and/or add additional features such as heated rear seats, upgraded leather upholstery, and adaptive suspension, among others.
The GT can be equipped with far fewer packages this year, with only the $700 Climate package (heated windshield-washer nozzles, heated rear seats, power rear sunblind) and the $1,000 Comfort & Convenience package (soft-close doors, power-adjustable pedals, laminated rear class) remaining for 2023. Those power pedals are also available separately for $400, along with standalone extras such as ventilated front seats ($500) and the various interior trim and upholstery options mentioned in that section.
The Modena has access to the same two basic packages as the GT, but adds two more, the first being the $2,600 Interior Carbon Fiber Package, which adds carbon fiber column-mounted paddle shifters, carbon fiber door sills, and high gloss carbon fiber twill trim. Also only available on the Modena is the $3,400 Sportivo Package with its sports seats and pedals, Alcantara headliner, Skyhook performance suspension, and power-adjustable foot pedals.