Well, that didn’t take long. What almost certainly are video screencaps of the new Alfa Romeo Giulia sport sedan have appeared on Autoforum.cz and Autoblog Netherlands. No official details yet besides the 510-horsepower Quadrifoglio version, but here’s the car. (Updates below!)
I’m definitely seeing some F30 BMW 3-Series mixed in with Alfa 4C, Maserati and maybe even a little Dodge Viper. In short, I like it!
Check back soon for more official details. What do you think so far?
Update: Here are the official pics, followed by the originals below them.
Alfa Romeo says the car was developed by their own Skunkworks program and uses a brand new rear-wheel drive platform with available all-wheel drive. They say it boasts 50/50 weight distribution and a range of engines.
But the only one they have details on at the moment is the top shelf Giulia Quadrifoglio version, which is an all-aluminum 510 HP 3.0-liter twin turbo V6 tuned by Ferrari engineers. It can propel the sedan from zero to 60 mph in just 3.9 seconds.
Other goodies include electronically-controlled adaptive dampers, torque vectoring, active aerodynamics and lightweight materials throughout. No word yet on gearboxes, release date or pricing.
More as we get it.
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