It’s fitting that Alfa Romeo starts at the top to kick off its return to the USA.
Another brand might begin with a basic version of a basic model. Alfa Romeo starts with the 2017 Giulia Quadrifoglio—a top of the line, 510 horsepower sports sedan. To truly appreciate this car, you have to know your history. You have to know what that four-leaf clover badge behind the front wheel means. It’s a testament to one of the most successful racing teams this brand has ever fielded.
You need only look at the Giulia’s official reveal to understand how they feel about this car. Commemorating 105 years of Alfa Romeo, the all-new Giulia was shown during an Andrea Bocelli concert at the Alfa Romeo Museum in Milan. There can’t be anything more Italian than an evening of fine art and fast cars.
And the Giulia Quadrifoglio is nothing if not fast. The specs for your consideration:
- All aluminum, direct injection 2.9-liter V6 Bi-Turbo engine
- 6-speed manual transmission
- 190 mph top speed
- 0 to 60 mph in 3.8 seconds
- 443 lb.-ft. torque
Rest assured, all it takes is performance numbers like those to put Alfa Romeo back on the map. That’s not all the new Giulia will offer when it arrives, though. With comfortable seating for four and premium style elements, this car is a conversation-starter that might end with you taking some new friends for a joyride.
New Giulia Joins the Alfa Romeo 4C Coupe and 4C Spider
The 4C Coupe and 4C Spider are the other components of Alfa Romeo’s modern image. This sporty roadster is a true driver’s car, as at home sprinting through Tuscany as it is carving up the Californian coast.
Light and agile, the 4C is emboldened by its iconic design and Alfa Romeo’s own twin clutch transmission. The 4C, like the Giulia Quadrifoglio, stakes its claim to the road on Alfa Romeo’s DNA: Dynamic. Natural. All-Weather.
We have a full inventory of 2016 Alfa Romeo 4Cs available at The Auto Gallery, and if you would like to be the first to know when the new Giulia arrives, as well as pricing information, we’ll be glad to put you on our list. For questions about the Alfa Romeo brand or if you want to talk Italian racing history, feel free to drop in. Find us in Santa Monica or Van Nuys.