History of the Maserati GhibliJul 15, 2015
Maserati might as well be Italian for racecar. It essentially is, although technically it’s the last name of the six brothers who began building racecars in 1926. From that date forward, despite changes to the company and all the peaks and valleys that dot the automotive landscape for any manufacturer, Maserati maintained its elite automaker status.
The Ghibli, pronounced “gib-lee,” a coupe named for the hot, dusty North African desert wind, was first manufactured in 1967 and is currently in its third generation on the road. If high-end, sleek sports sedans are your thing, rush over to your local Maserati Albany NY dealership and experience all the ways that Maserati embodies “Excellence Through Passion.”