Maserati has different compression ratio and some other stuff, it also does not pull any type of load and is a lighter auto , I'm not sure if this make's a difference but someone with more knowledge will chime in soon
I believe the Maserati has a twin turbo, I personally am very happy with the amount of power this engine has. I don't think I will do any mods to try to get more power, at least until I see what Gale Banks has to say about the matter.
But in Europe and the UK all attention falls on the diesel, not just because it’ll be the runaway best-seller of the bunch but because, well, it’s a diesel.
And while no one at Maserati is making the connection, we cannot help but notice that not only is its 2987cc capacity identical to that of Mercedes’ current 3.0-litre V6 diesel, but its bore and stroke are also the same. That’s the Mercedes owned by Daimler that also used to own Chrysler which still owns Jeep, both of which are now owned by Fiat, which also owns Maserati. Engineering multiculturalism at its finest. Maserati Ghibli review - design | Autocar
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