Maserati Ghibli Ribelle edition announced, adds sinister style

Brett Davis

Looking to buy the ultimate sinister sedan? Maserati has just revealed the new Ghibli Ribelle edition which could be right up your alley.

The Maserati Ghibli Ribelle is designed for customers looking for something that offers an exclusive exterior design paired with an elegant interior. From the outside, it certainly looks like the car is always transporting exclusive individuals, with its full black ‘VIP’ character.

More specifically, the exterior is coated in “Nero Ribelle”, which, from Italian, translates to ‘black rebel’. This coat of paint is matched with a set of bespoke 19-inch ‘Proteo’ alloy wheels also coated in black, but with red laser-etched detailing. Red brake calipers hide behind.

For the passengers the Ghibli’s interior is decked out with a special two-tone black and red colour scheme. This extends to the dash, door trims and centre console, with a black sports steering wheel wrapped in leather. There’s also two-tone leather for the seats with contrast stitching to match.

Other unique highlights include chromed-aluminium badges, Ribelle logos and a special build number plate, and piano black wood trimmings for the interior. As an option, buyers can also step up to the Ribelle Plus package which adds laminated privacy glass, full-LED matrix adaptive headlights, and a Harman/Kardon sound system.

The Ribelle edition will be available with all three powertrain options. These span from the 3.0-litre turbo-diesel that produces 202kW/600Nm, to the 3.0-litre twin-turbo petrol that generates 257kW/500Nm, and up to the top 3.0 twin-turbo that develops 321kW/580Nm.

Maserati is planning to offer just 200 examples of the Ghibli Ribelle. These will be up for grabs in Europe, Middle East and African markets only, launching from October.

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