Debut at the Super Bowl for a car designed, engineered and manufactured in Italy. The Maserati Ghibli has appeared in a 90-second spot shown during the first quarter of the final. It’s called Strike and speaks of hard work, done with skill, dedication and commitment. It is a story of passion and tenacity played by Quvenzhane Wallis, the young American actress who in January 2013, at the age of nine years, won an Academy Award nomination as Best Actress, entering the record books of cinema for its tender ages. Directed by American director David Gordon Green and shot in Los Angeles, the spot is a tribute to the Maserati brand in the centenary year.