Maserati debuts its Trofeo range for the Ghibli and Quattraporte, packed with 580 HP

Both will be Maserati's fastest super sedans yet.

Following the release of the Maserati Levante Trofeo in 2018, the Italian luxury car makers have now come out with the Ghibli Trofeo and the Quattraporte Trofeo, as teased earlier. These two action-packed super sedans will be powered by a 3.8-liter, twin-turbo Ferrari V8 engine capable of power outputs that reach 580 hp and 538 lb-ft of torque. This is also the first time the Ghibli is being introduced with a V8.

The two super sedans are titled the fastest cars in Maserati’s classy lineup with a top speed of 202 mph. Even the Maserati Levante Trofeo does not come close as its speed maxes out at 187 mph.

The Italian V8 super sedans send power exclusively to the rear wheels via an 8-speed ZF automatic and can perform decent sprints of 0-62 mph in 4.3 seconds (Ghibli Trofeo) or in 4.5 seconds (Quattraporte Trofeo).

The Trofeo sedans are designed extremely well with a polygonal front grille that has twin vertical bars across it as well as Carbon fibre accents applied to the front and rear. They also sport the ‘boomerang’ style rear lights similar to the ones seen in the 3200 GT. Aditionally, fiery red accents are portrayed on the side air vents and a lightning bold is embedded on the C-pillar trident badge.

Unlike the Levante Trofeo that runs on 22 inch wheels, Maserati decided to go a tiny but slimmer for the Ghibli Trofeo and the Quattaporte Trofeo with 21 inch aluminum wheels.

The interior for both sedans are embellished in full-grain, all natural leather, while the dashboard holds a ginormous 10.1-inch touchscreen.

Pricing and availability details have not been announced yet, but expect a high figure from the Italian automaker. These cars are not only luxurious, but also pretty powerful and sturdy with one the finest build qualities. Expect to hear more details soon.

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Allan Sheldon

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