Maserati Ghibli Gets 494bhp With Novitec

German-based tuner Novitec Group is no stranger to Maserati products, having played around with a few in the past including the Tridents first SUV, the Levante, Now the latest package from Novice is a 494bhp upgrade including an aerodynamic body kit as well as the multiple power upgrades for Maserati’s executive saloon the Ghibli.

Novitecs latest offering can propel the four door saloon to 184 mph, somewhat quicker than the standard factory model,  as well as propelling the car from 0-62 mph in just 4.4 seconds, that should get you to your board meeting on time. Part of Novitecs magic is thanks to it’s N-Tronic system a processor-controlled device that connects to the ECU by means of a plug & play wiring harness. Compatible with both the rear- and all-wheel-drive versions of the range-topping Ghibli S, the 3.0-litre twin-turbo V6 engine also benefits from an additional 80 Nm (59 pound-feet) of torque, bringing the total to 660 Nm (487 pound-feet).

To compliment the power upgrades the Maserati also gets new body parts that have been optimized in the wind tunnel to ensure the best aero efficiency possible. Among the carbon fibre additions is a neat lip spoiler at the back, smart 22-inch alloy wheels with a five twin-spoke design. The wheel’s are given premium tyres in the shape of 255/30 ZR 22 Pirelli P Zero at the front axle and larger 315/25 ZR 22 at the back, ensuring maximum grip as you put the power down.

As well as carbon fibre add ons and new wheels, the suspension is also tweaked accordingly to match the enlarged alloys, Novitec also offers optional sports springs for the Ghibli S Q4 which will bring the car closer to the road. On the inside the cosmetics changes continue, offering leather, Alcantara, wood, carbon fibre, and basically anything else you can think of. As always if a customers requires something different in the aftermarket region Novitec can deliver…



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