No one needs to be told that Maserati makes some of the finest and most luxurious cars in the world. That has been ingrained in us since we started noticing cars in the first place and caught our first glimpse of these gleaming works of art on wheels rolling up to a valet stand, parked on some beachside curb or blurring past us on the expressway. But just when you think Maserati can’t get much better with their design and engineering, just when you think the ceiling has been reached, they take it one rung higher with a new model, like the Maserati Ghibli GranLusso.
Similar to past Ghibli models, the Grandusso is sculpted and has the highest of performance standards, handling like a small sports car but with the heft and engine of a burlier exotic vehicle, with an 8 speed ZF transmission and twin turbo V6 engines. Inside the luxury is top notch, with a Harmon Kardon and Bowers & Wilkins sound system and leather interior designed by Ermenegildo Zegna. When you throw in the advanced driver assist system as well for safety, with a computer on-board that not only protects it’s passengers but pretty much drives itself, you’ll realise the Maserati Ghibli GrandLusso is truly an exotic car of the future.