For major automakers like Toyota, Nissan, and Mitsubishi, building 100,000 units of a certain model is nothing to brag about especially since they can easily build a million of them. But for the high-end marques such as Maserati, hitting that 100,000 milestone is certainly a feat to be proud of.
The Italian luxury marque has just produced its 100,000th Ghibli, making it one of the most mass-produced Maserati to date. For those wondering, the 100,000th Ghibli is built in the GrandSport trim and features a stunning Blu Emozione paint paired with a black leather interior. Now, there isn't really anything unique about this milestone unit. It features all the same standard equipment available in any other Ghibli including the 20-inch wheels, red brake calipers, and body-colored side skirts.
Similar to the exterior, there are no changes under the hood either. The 100,000th Ghibli is powered by the same 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 as the top-of-the-line model. It continues to produce 430 horsepower and is paired with the company's Q4 all-wheel drive system. Top speed is rated at 286 km/h and it goes from 0 to 100km/h in just 4.7 seconds.
Maserati continues to build the Ghibli today, and it can still be ordered at dealerships all over the globe. There are three engine options available and is customizable with over 10 different body colors as well as other specifications. According to the automaker, there are no fewer than 150,000 possible combinations in building a Ghibli.
The company did not mention who the lucky owner of the 100,000th Ghibli is. However, they did say that it will not be shipped off to anywhere across the globe. Instead, it will remain in Italy where it was built to serve as a testament for Maserati's production milestone.