The Alfa Romeo Giulia has been showcased at the Geneva Motor Show. The Giulia is a four door sedan that retains the earlier model’s attractive looks. There are three variants on offer with the base variant, the Super Trim and the top-spec Quadrifoglio. There are minor differences between the three variants.
The Alfa Romeo Giulia has 4 engine variants that are available for customers. There is a 2.2 liter diesel that makes either 150 or 180hp depending on the spec. There is also a 2.0 liter turbocharged gasoline engine that makes 200hp. There top-of-the-line Quadrifoglio gets a 510hp 2.9 liter twin-turbo V6 engine. According to Alfa Romeo, the North America version of the 2.0 liter engine makes 276hp. The Quadrifoglio will make 505hp in North America.
In comparison with the top-of-the-line Quadrifoglio, the standard versions of the Giulia lose the big vents and the more aggressive looks. However, all models get standard electronic and safety technology such as forward collision warning, autonomous emergency braking, lane departure warning and a 6.5 inch infotainment system. The Super Trim variant adds leather interiors and 17-inch wheels. There is an optional sport pack that includes xenon headlamps and a sport steering wheel. There is an aluminum trim on the dashboard, the center console and the door panels. The top-of-the-line Quadrifoglio gets a lot of performance oriented parts such as carbon fiber parts on the roof, a front splitter. Optionally, there are also carbon-ceramic disc brakes and carbon fiber seats.
According to Alfa Romeo, the Giulia will arrive in the USA in 2016, but the date has not been confirmed. The manufacturer will announce the prices closer to launch. The Quadrifoglio should reportedly start selling at $70,000. Check out our gallery for the latest images of the Alfa Romeo Giulia from the Geneva Motor Show.
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