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The new Ghibli GranLusso from Maserati, will make its debut at the Chengdu Motorshow, in China, on August 25th.

After four years of success in international markets, the Italian sports saloon gets an important upgrade in terms of design and technological contents. The latest Ghibli showcases a new front bumper with dedicated chrome inserts and new front grille with chrome bars, in line with the latest Maserati models style signature. In profile, the GranLusso badge at the bases of the front bumpers and body colour side skirts, identify the specific version. The new rear bumper, together with the body colour rear extractor, is redesigned to give a sharper look to the model compared to the previous version.

The restyling has contributed to a substantial improvement of the aerodynamic efficiency. The new Ghibli GranLusso introduces important features such as Adaptive full LED Headlights with glare free Matrix High-Beam for a distinctive look and better illumination. New active ADAS functionalities are also available in the Ghibli GranLusso, allowing Maserati to enter the world of autonomous driving.

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