The Ghibli Ribelle will be limited to just 200 units, on sale exclusively in EMEA region markets.
After a very successful 2017, the Italian brand’s worldwide sales have slipped considerably this year.
Ferrari makes an average of $80,000 on every car it sells, while Bentley loses some $20,000.
Even rarer is the De Tomaso Guará Spyder built atop the Maserati Barchetta, with examples of both coming up for auction in London next month.
A discreet body kit in matte black and a set of large wheels seem to have done their job quite well.
Bold moves and questionable decisions will likely become Marchionne’s legacy.
The engine is also added to the Quattroporte range, starting from £78,120.
Three classic Ghiblis are just the start of the private collection of Maseratis coming up for sale in London in two months.
Maserati has also performed a series of updates to the rest of the range.
The MC Sport Line is a more hardcore version, both visually and mechanically, of the GranTurismo S.
Novitec’s enhancements for the Maserati Ghibli give it as much as 494 horsepower.
Maserati will have a whole new product lineup by the year 2022, targeting fast-growing segments.