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2012-12-20 06:28

BRAVING THE WEATHER: Spy shots of the new Maserati Ghibli reveal a smaller car compared to the Quattroporte.

Spotted out in the cold of northern Sweden was the new and smaller Maserati.

From the spy-shots it is clear this Ghibli is not as long as the Quattroporte, with the most noticeable length difference being at the rear doors.

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The upcoming Ghibli is codenamed "M157" and will aim to compete with models such as the BMW 5 Series and Mercedes E-Class. It is rumoured that the next Ghibli will be built on a modified version of the Chrysler 300 chassis and will feature more Chrysler technology than Maserati.

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The engine is a turbocharged version of Chrysler’s 3.5-litre Pentastar V6 with an output of 279 to 298kW. Maserati will offer the same Ferrari-sourced V8 as used in the new Quattroporte. Both engines will be mated to an eight-speed, ZF transmission.

Expect to see the new Maserati Ghibli launched sometime in 2013.


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