The Ghibli is beefier but still looks classy.
The world-famous tuning house Mansory isn't exactly known for its subtle improvements to high-end luxury vehicles. This tuning house, or "luxury car modification firm," as it likes to be called, is all about bold, extravagant mods that make everything from Mercedes to Aston Martins even plusher and, more often than not, faster. Founded in 1989 and located in Brand, Germany, Mansory has a history of doing this to top-of-the line cars like Maseratis. This is why we're so surprised that this entry-level Italian exotic sedan is so tastefully restrained.
With the new Maserati Ghibli by Mansory, the upgrades are less focused on turning heads than providing the car with a notable advantage over the stock version. In the teaser pictures released from the German tuning house we can see that Mansory will be adding carbon fiber spoilers, a carbon fiber front splitter, and lightweight (and perhaps too big) 22" wheels. In terms of modifications that directly affect the power of the luxurious sedan, Mansory is going to offer mods to both the diesel V6 models as well as the standard Ghiblis that feed on premium gasoline. The gas version of the car goes from 404 to 473 hp, and it upgrades the diesel Ghibli from 271 stock hp to 306 horsepower.
There's not much to complain about here, and the mods are clearly less polarizing than some of Mansory's wild productions of the past. Is this tuning job enough to set your Ghibli apart from the pack? Also, check out the photos below to see what some other companies besides Mansory have done to the same car. How does this job stack up against the others? Let us know in the comments section.