Maserati Ghibli
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When it comes to service, repair, performance modification or expert tuning for your Maserati Ghibli, there is no one better than Forza Tuning and Performance in Clearwater, Florida. Located along the gorgeous Sun Coast, Forza is proud to serve the communities of Tampa, Tampa Bay, Clearwater, St. Petersburg and Orlando, Florida. Fortunately, access to Forza is not limited to a particular zip code. Forza luxury enclosed vehicle transport makes skilled Maserati Ghibli service, repair, performance modification, and expert tuning available from anywhere within the continental United States.

Gran Turismo Base Stage 1

  • 75hp/75tq | S 68hp/70tq
  • Custom Tune and Air Filters

Gran Turismo Base Stage 2

  • 90hp/85tq | S 83hp/80tq
  • Custom Tune, Air Filters, and Downpipes

Contact us for pricing on custom exhaust systems, cosmetic upgrades and tire/wheel packages.

Contact us for pricing on custom exhaust systems, cosmetic upgrades and tire/wheel packages.

Maserati Tune-Ups, Services & Repairs

In the hands of nationally recognized performance guru Brenton Brown, Forza ECU calibration (tuning) extracts optimum output from your Maserati Ghibli – regardless of the level of modification. Besides being the founder and President of Forza Tuning and Performance, Brenton is also an ASE Certified L1 Level Technician with more than two decades of experience in exotic automobiles. The methods and equipment that Brenton can use to wring maximum output from your Maserati Ghibli will amaze you.

Italians say the Maserati Ghibli is a bold statement – elegantly delivered. From its origins in 1966, the Maserati Ghibli has been a shining example of the automaker’s desire to innovate, compete and win. In similar fashion, today’s Maserati Ghibli combines the comfortable, luxurious ride of a sedan with the nimble, athletic handling of a coupe.

Originally introduced during the 1966 Turin Motor Show, the Maserati Ghilbi was a steel bodied sports car that featured such innovative features as pop up headlamps, leather seats and alloy wheels. The Maserati Ghilbi, a front engine coupe, was powered by a 4.7-liter V8 engine that was capable of producing 306hp and had a top speed of 155 mph. Maserati Ghilbi production ceased in 1973.

In 1992, Maserati resurrected the Ghilbi name for use on a coupe with a twin turbocharged V6 engine. Featuring Conolly leather upholstery and burr elm trim, U.S. versions of the Maserati Ghilbi were equipped with a bi-turbo 2.8-liter V6 engine. An updated version of the Maserati Ghilbi debuted during the 1994 Geneva Motor Show. A fully adjustable electronic suspension, anti-lock brakes, 17-inch alloy wheels and a refreshed interior were key additions to the newly redesigned Italian sports car. Despite its cutting-edge performance and style, the Maserati Ghilbi was discontinued for a second time in 1998.

The third (and current) generation of the Maserati Ghilbi was unveiled during the Shanghai Motor Show of 2013. Engine choices included a 325hp twin turbo 3.0-liter V6, a 404hp twin turbo V6 and a 271hp turbo diesel.

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More efficient fuel atomization and greater performance

Forza Valvetronic exhaust systems, sport catalytic converters and high-flow cat bypass pipes permit your Maserati Ghibli to exhale with less restriction. This liberates the engine output needed to push spent exhaust gases through restrictive factory plumbing. Custom Forza exhaust tips – available in various styles and finishes – are a great looking compliment to any performance exhaust system.

Distinctive wheel and tire upgrades, as well as brake and suspension system upgrades are also available to make your Maserati Ghibli look and run better than ever before. Explore Forza custom appearance packages (wraps) and styling accents to further set your Maserati Ghibli apart from the competition.