2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia Coming Soon
For those excited for the release of the newest addition to the Alfa Romeo line-up, the 2017 Giulia sports sedan, the wait is almost over. Currently, the 2017 Giulia is on the production line, and Alfa Romeo recently announced the elegant, yet performance-minded, sedans will hit showrooms in late summer or early fall.
At Maserati Alfa Romeo of Daytona, we’re thrilled to welcome the Giulia to the Alfa Romeo family. From the top of the range Giulia Quadrifoglio, one of the fastest production four-doors ever built, to the crisp Italian details, this sedan paves new ground in the luxury sedan segment and serves as a bold counterpoint to the Mercedes-Benz C-Class and BMW 3 Series. Reserve your Giulia today.
Giulia Engine Specs: A Racetrack-Ready Sports Sedan
Alfa Romeo carries on its tradition of designing and producing some of the world’s most iconic race cars with the introduction of the Giulia. The base model and Giulia Ti (Turismo Internazionale) both feature a track-tuned four-cylinder engine. The 2.0L motor delivers 276 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque, and both versions are available with Alfa Romeo’s Q4 AWD. With the ability to divert 60 percent of torque to the front wheels, Q4 delivers supreme traction on the road.
Yet, the real star is the Giulia Quadrifoligo. Featuring a 2.9L turbo V6 with a distinctive Italian sports car snarl, the Quadrifoglio delivers 505 horsepower and 443 pound-feet of torque. The result is a track-ready car with plenty of power: The Quadrifoglio jets 0 to 60 MPH in 3.8 seconds and has a Nurburgring lap time of 7:38. That’s a reportedly a record for a production four-door on the iconic German racetrack.
The Giulia’s Supremely Styled Exterior
With its distinctive Italian-inspired stylings, the 2017 Giulia will turn heads on the road. Upfront, the sports sedan features a crisp, yet aggressive, front fascia. Featuring a triangular black-grate grille, as well as expansive air intakes and sculpted head lamps, the front end gives off the air of a premium sports car.
Curbside weight has been limited with aluminum body construction, as well as carbon fiber elements like the hood and trunk lid. Plus, the Giulia’s sweeping roofline slopes dramatically to a taunt rear end, and smooth side creases polish off the Giulia’s aggressive stance. The top-of-line Quadrifoglio receives a number of details that set off its exterior, including distinctive 19-inch aluminum alloy wheels, bi-xenon headlamps, an active aero front splitter (one of the only sedan’s in the segment available with this feature), and quad chrome exhaust tip finishers.
The Giulia’s Cabin: A Celebration of Italian Design
Like the exterior, the Giulia’s cockpit is crisp and deliberate in its design. Alfa Romeo has incorporated a driver-centered aesthetic, featuring easy-to-reach audio and driving controls. Wrapped in premium materials, including Italian leather seats and a leather-encased dash board and real walnut, oak and brushed aluminum accents, the Giulia’s cabin carries on Alfa Romeo tradition of excellence.
The sedan is also available with a variety of high-end infotainment features, including a 14-speaker, 900-watt Hardan Kardon Surround Sound stereo, as well as 3D mapping on the Giulia’s touchscreen. Choose to upgrade to the Giulia Quadrifoglio which includes a leather wrapped dashboard, as well as available Sparco carbon fiber bucket seats that are upholstered in Alcantara premium leather.
The Giulia is expected to arrive in showrooms in late summer or early fall of this year. Visit Maserati Alfa Romeo of Daytona to learn more about reservation options and ordering details.