CAR OF 1966 MASERATI GHIBLI
Maserati’s two-seater prototype was introduced at the Turin Motor Show in November 1966 and couldn’t help but impress with its low-pointed nose that had writers thinking of sharks many years before Jaws. The sharp look was styled by a young Giorgetto Giugiaro, who was working for Ghia at the time. With a V8 engine coupled to a five-speed manual gearbox, pop-up headlamps, air-conditioning, alloy wheels and leather sports seats, it was a hit with the few who could afford it. It could reach 60mph in less than seven seconds and was capable of hitting 155mph.