Mistral - end of prod. (1963-70 - 955 ex.)
Total production figures for the Mistral were 830 coupés
and 125 spyders.
The Ghibli SS was introduced with an
engine size increased to 4930 cc developing some 335 bhp and giving
it a top speed of over 280 kph.
At Turin Motor Show an upgraded Indy was launched to suplement an existing 4.2 litre version. It is powered by
a 4.7-litre V8, with Bosch electronic ignition, developing 290
bhp with a top speed of 165 mph (265 kph). Externally the new version
could be distinguished by its deeper full length chrome door sill and
re-positioned front indicators. Internally the re-designed front
seats has retractable headrests.
Mistral 3700 (R6 cyl, 3692 cm³, 245 cv) - end of prod.
Mistral 4000 (R6 cyl, 4014 cm³, 255 cv) - end of prod.
Indy 4200 (V8 cyl, 4136 cm³, 260 cv)
Indy 4700 (V8 cyl, 4709 cm³, 290 cv) - new model
Mexico (V8 cyl, 4709 cm³, 290 cv)
Mexico (V8 cyl, 4135 cm³, 260 cv) - new model
Ghibli (V8 cyl, 4709 cm³, 330 cv)
Ghibli SS (V8 cyl, 4930 cm³, 335 cv)
Coupé: £8,785 (incl. P.T.)
Cabriolet: £9,295 (incl. P.T.)
Produced in both 2+ 2 coupe or two-seater cabriolet form, the Ghia-styled Maserati Ghibli is a fine example of the Italian specialist high-performance car. Its V8 engine with four overhead camshafts is virtually identical to the Maserati Mexico's engine, and comes in 4.7 and 4.9 litre sizes. The smaller unit develops 340 (SAE) h.p., and the larger 355 h.p. Both engines have four Weber carburettors and the 4900 can accelerate from 0-60 m.p.h. in just over five seconds! The aerodynamic qualities of the low-built bodywork are high, and the headlights are concealed beneath flip-up covers.
Quattroporte 4100 (V8 cyl, 4136 cm³, 260 cv)
Quattroporte 4700 (V8 cyl, 4709 cm³, 290 cv)