The Alfa Romeo Giulia was revealed last year, although only the top model was unveiled, Alfa has now revealed more details on other cars in the range.
The Giulia will be available in three trim levels, Giulia, Super and Quadrifoglio and there will be six engine options which will include a range of diesel and petrol engines.
An Alfa Romeo springs from the perfect balance of heritage, speed and beauty making it the highest expression of Italian style in the automotive world. The new Giulia is no exception.
In particular, the proportions are based on the technical architecture of the entire car: for Alfa Romeo the key elements were the weight balance and rear wheel drive. In order to balance the weights perfectly, the engine and the mechanical parts are arranged between the two axles. This is why the Giulia has very short overhangs, a long bonnet and front wings, a retracted passenger compartment “settled” on the drive wheels and muscular rear wings which visually mark the point where power is unleashed onto the road. All this translates into a very generous wheelbase – the longest in its category – contained in one of the most compact bodies. These proportions draw the dynamic shape of an ellipsis in plan view. In addition, the rounded angles and the enveloping pillars convey momentum to the car creating a “drop-shaped” profile which is reminiscent of the Giulietta Sprint, one of the most beautiful cars ever made.
Included in the six engine options are a 150 and 180 HP 2.2-litre diesel with 6 speed manual or 8 speed automatic transmission, a 200 HP 2.0-litre petrol engine with 8 speed transmission and 510 HP 2.9-litre V6 BiTurbo petrol engine with 6 speed transmission.
Alfa Romeo will start taking orders on the new Giulia in the EMEA region from April, you can find out more details at the link below.
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