Maserati unveils one of a kind, paper art installation inspired by Ghibli sports sedan


Italian luxury car manufacturer, Maserati, put forth an extraordinary night of visual art extravaganza when it unveiled a gorgeous paper art installation of its iconic model ‘Ghibli’. The event organized exclusively for art connoisseurs, automobile experts and exclusive Maserati owners where there was on display the latest Ghibli by Maserati around Lodha’s World Tower crest arena in Mumbai. The life-size paper art installation, that was put together by Cocktail Art Co, took about 45 days of commitment, passion and hard work for its makers. Every minute element of the original 1967 Ghibli was captured by the designers of art, and it was unveiled at a private event held at the venue.

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Mr. Bojan Jankulovski, Head of Operations, Maserati India states, “Everything that Maserati builds is ‘The Absolute Opposite of Ordinary’. While some automobiles are inspired by basic geometry, the company boasts of a rich deisgn heritage that dates back to 100 years, which in itself has been an inspiration for design evolution in the industry. The Ghibli paper art installation that we have unveiled today is a testimony to that.”

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Speaking at the occasion, Mr. Sukhbir Bagga Managing Director of Group Petal stated: “We are proud to present this paper art installation of the first Maserati Ghibli, the mark “I”, that was launched in 1967 as a two door, two-seater grand tourer with a V8 engine. The Ghibli has achieved tremendous success worldwide since its introduction, and today’s Maserati Ghibli range continues to offer unmistakable class, top-quality performance and a thrilling yet comfortable drive in an eye-catching four-door sports executive sedan.”

The Ghibli is a four-door sports executive sedan and first E-segment model by the Italian luxury brand. With the company’s long tradition of naming cars after winds, the name “Ghibli” originates from hot and dry, dust-bearing desert wind descending from the interior highlands of Libya toward the Mediterranean Sea.