9) Maserati Ghibli
Italian automaker Maserati first used the Ghibli name on a V8 grand tourer that they started manufacturing in 1966. The 2017 Ghibli has all the style, power, handling and comfort of a modern luxury sedan.
The car’s long bonnet ends in a front grille with the classic Trident badge. The simple and elegant instrument panel matches the functionality of a 7 inch TFT screen. Maserati offers a wide array of optional extras with the Ghibli, such as premium sound systems by Bowers & Wilkins or Harman Kardon, interiors designed by Ermenegildo Zegna and a selection of wheel designs.
Safety and comfort are enhanced by seven airbags, front seat active headrests, a stability programme, multiple driver aids and warning sensors. Depending on market, the Ghibli is available with two variants of the 3 litre twin turbo V6 petrol engine, delivering either 330 hp or 410 hp. There are another two diesel engine variants available.