Alfa Romeo on
their 105th anniversary of the A.L.F.A. has just unveiled the new
Giulia at the Alfa Romero Museum in Arese, Italy called “La macchina del
In case you
aren’t familiar with the iconic name and have now gotten your tongue in a knot,
it’s pronounced “Joo-Lee-Ahh” as in Julia. The rear or four wheel driven sedan
gets a 510bhp Ferrari derived Quadrifoglio V6 turbocharged engine that get the
Giulia from 0-100kmph in 3.9seconds and torque vectoring allows it to handle
corners as well with some Aero kits helping along the way.
In terms of
styling, there has probably never really been a bad looking Alfa Romeo. And the
Giulia is no exception. From the pictures you can see proof its bite the back
of your hand pretty. The legendary nose,
the sweeping headlights and gorgeous rear end is all so Alfa Italiano styling
everything so iconic and gorgeous we are sort of lost for words.
problem with the Giulia is that it will never see the light of day in India.
It reminds us of an old song that goes “It’s sad, so sad, it’s a sad, sad
situation…”. Alfa describes the Giulia with an Italian term 'la meccanica delle
emozioni' (the mechanics of emotion), a phrase which they will used to publicise
the car globally.
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