This prototype has a camouflaged front and rear end while the rest of the body largely remains unchanged. Despite being camouflaged, a silver trim can be seen bordering the head lamps with the new internals which is noticeably different from the current design. Even the grille has a more curvy shape to it while the air intakes have a different design. On the flipside, the camouflage on the rear bumper does a pretty fine job of concealing the design updates.
Furthermore, details regarding the powertrains are scanty, but sources suggest that the present line-up of engines will continue to power the facelifted car, albeit in a different state of tune. There’s also no talk about a hybrid unit for the range as of now. Maserati is expected to reveal the facelifted Ghibli before the end of 2017 at some motor show before going on to introduce the car globally in the first half of 2018.