The Ghibli Cup was the highest power-to-weight ratio per-liter car of its time, with its 330 horsepower, 2-liter, dual-overhead cam, 24-valve, intercooled, twin-turbo V6 and 3009lb curb weight. To handle all that power, the Ghilbi comes with Brembo brakes and a four-way adjustable suspension. The car’s name was taken from the original Maserati Ghilbi of 1966 even though its style is not reminiscent of its ancestor. The body is very close in design to the much more contemporary and recently retired Biturbo. This luxury sport coupe delivers exhilarating performance and Italian style in a functional package.