The Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio is a perfect car in my dreams. In this perfect dream world, Alfa claims the Quadrifoglio boasts 505 horsepower from its twin-turbo V6 and max torque of 443 lb-ft out of the box. But how does it hold up in the real world?
Back in October we caught wind that Alfa Romeo was going to sculpt the new Giulia into some sort of mystical Italian wagon. It was probably only destined for Europe, and now it apparently isn’t happening at all.
What are the odds of me seeing one of these at Cars & Coffee in the morning? Maybe I’ll just sleep in and enjoy it in my dreams.
I’ve always been excited at the prospect of a concept car or design study. Heck, I was excited when Ford revealed the new Fiesta a few weeks ago. There’s just something about the reveal of a new look that’s fun, and what Fiat Chrysler has these college students working on is what I’m all about.
Alfa Romeo’s upcoming crossover, likely called the Stelvio, is supposed to have a big reveal party at this year’s LA Auto Show in November, and yet, here it is—leaked in a factory tour video from Alfa Romeo themselves.
While the new Alfa Romeo Giulia is off to a rough start with quality issues, the performance seems to be more than praiseworthy when operational. That’s better news with new rumors that the current 4C roadster may be replaced with a Giulia-based coupe to take on the likes of the BMW M4.
The Alfa Romeo 4C has its “charms.” After only ever seeing one in person a few months ago and being blown away by the fit and finish of the exterior, I went looking for answers. Some of these answers are in this video from the 4C production floor.
Here’s nine blood-pressure raising minutes of the new Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio with its active aero and its Italian body and its twin-turbo V6. What more could you want?
If you didn’t already have a weird thing for police cars like I do, you will now. Alfa Romeo has revealed their 2017 Giulia Quadrifoglio for Italy’s Carabinieri police force—a 500 horsepower manual Alfa Romeo police car. Somebody fan me.
Sergio Marchionne, CEO of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, revealed a revised North American strategy for the brand, finally inverting plans after months of diverting rumors. The plan includes more trucks and less cars, a new partnership, and fewer Alfa Romeos—oh, and it’s based on the belief that cheap gas will last…
While Alfa Romeo hasn’t quite gifted us the what-if build generator of our dreams just yet, the company has updated its US website to include a color generator and a full list of available options and features for the Giulia sports sedan. Why make a Christmas list when you could just print this out?
As Alfa Romeo plans to definitely (maybe) make a comeback Stateside, so far it has only shown off the 4c roadster and the hot Quadrifoglio Verde specification of its M3-fighting Giulia sedan. If this supposed leaked document is anything to go by, we now have a better look at Alfa’s American plans.
Look, we’ve been here before. Alfa Romeo gets that look in its eye, starts playing the music, and then right when its about to deliver the goods and finally sell cars in the States again, something “comes up” and enthusiasts all across America are left wanting. Well surprise, folks, it looks to be happening again.
Our ‘Ring-going friends at Bridge To Gantry got extremely lucky when Alfa Romeo decided to take the new Giulia out onto the Nürburgring during amateur hour. Luckily for us they already had a camera set up, and the ability to keep up.
Yesterday I posted in a discussion about the possible upcoming Alfa Romeo sedan, and was both rudely and politely told I had no idea what I was talking about. Today I eat my hat, and share some with you.