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Giulia – A Convergence of Engineering and Emotion
On the rarest occasions, the winning hand is the one you are dealt. In the crowded market of sports sedans, the all-new Giulia arrives with all that it needs to own the game itself. Marked with the distinctive Alfa Romeo trilobe, pure allure is created through elegant lines, proportional balance and harmonious elements. Optimally balanced weight distribution and rear-wheel drive result in an aggressive stance; its profile of pure power and motion changes the horizon with a new perspective, truly exhilarating the driving experience. After all, this is an Alfa Romeo. In all, this is a new breed of sports sedan that will prove one thing: it knows how to redefine the standards of the game.
Sense the Alfa Romeo Grip
For those who demand control, the new all-aluminum Alfa LinkTM suspension greatly enhances road grip. In front, its new double wishbone system keeps wheels perfectly perpendicular to the road even on the most challenging corners. At the rear, the four-and-a-half-arm multilink system represents the best combination of lateral grip and comfort level, even on uneven road surfaces. The Alfa Active Suspension system adjusts the suspension response depending on driving conditions and modes selected using the Alfa DNA selector.
The available Alfa Q4 All-Wheel Drive adds even more all-season traction and performance capability, transferring up to 60 percent of the engine’s torque to the front wheels. It also handles up to a 2.5 percent mechanical over-slip – directing power to the outside rear wheel when cornering for even greater traction, turn-in and directional stability. What’s created with every turn behind the wheel is an intense and symbiotic bond between foot and throttle – Giulia and Giulia Ti take performance from merely responsive to telepathic.
A Scalpel That Inspires with Every Cut
It stands with a confidence that is at once carefully calculated and entirely natural. The lines of the Giulia are so exquisitely drawn that the attitude they project is simply second nature. These brilliant proportions are based on something not readily apparent: the technical architecture of the entire car. The all-new Giulia boasts an unmistakable identity — beneath all its beauty, materials are carefully selected to obtain near-perfect weight distribution. Optimal power-to-weight ratio is achieved through extraordinary engine performance and ultralight materials, including a carbon fiber driveshaft and the use of aluminum in its engine and suspension. It all translates to greater efficiency and driving dynamics destined to inspire awe.
While the Giulia is crafted with the driver in mind, all passengers travel in comfort and safety. Competing at a world-class level requires the highest attention to detail: touch points exceed expectations with exquisite materials such as fine Italian leather and natural wood trims; craftsmanship is held in the highest regard. Every detail is meant to continually please and impress the center of Giulia’s universe: the driver.
The interior of the Giulia is striking for its combination of materials: surfaces in real wood, natural walnut or dark gray oak, brushed aluminum, carbon fiber and full-grain Italian leather. Materials are selected to be in full harmony with the personality of Giulia and the craft that only Italian style can provide.
Form, function and beauty are inseparable, creating an intense experience appealing to all the senses.
|Max power||280 @ 5,200RPM|
|Fuel Economy||Fuel economy – combined (mpg) 28|
|Drivetrain||AWD / RWD|
|Fuel tank (gal.)||15.3|
|Maximum torque||306 @ 2,000RPM|
|Max speed||149 mph / 239 km/h|
|Passenger volume||95 cu ft|
|Curb Weight||3,521 lbs.|
|Fuel tank (gal.)||15.3|
|Turning radius (‘)||17.7 in|
Alfa Romeo of Greenwich
321 West Putnam Ave
Greenwich, CT 06830
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