The latest edition of CAR Magazine that is issued on August 2012 reviews the new Alfa Romeo Giulia. This new model produced by the company will be replacing the 159. Moreover, it is also expected to turn the Alfa into a realistic executive runner.
Our experts have crafted three of the new Giulia’s highly accurate computer renderings, which will show how the Alfa Romeo will turn up the style of the new sports saloon. In order to understand the full eight page scoop story of this amazing model, you should read the new August 2012 edition. However, you can consider this as an appetite.
More about the scoop of Alfa Romeo Giulia (2014):
Although Alfa was trying to climb up for a while, it was not able to. However, this time Sergio Marchionne, the CEO of Alfa is very serious about making the up marketing division of Fiat a viable alternative to German executive establishment. One of the main reasons that the Giulia is delayed is because Marchionne returned it back for some fundamental revisions. Therefore, it can also be creditably called a rival to the BMW and Audi.
“Previously, Alfa was well known in the market for three major things, which are looks, powertrain as well as dynamics”. He told this to CAR. He also promised that Giulia will be focusing more on these three core values. Moreover, the model will be based on the front and four wheel drive and compact wide architecture of Fiat. This is a platform, which is derived from Giulietta and powered by diesel as well as petrol engines, which stretch from 1.6 to 3.6 liters in bristling and capacity with technology.
The new Giulia is expected to release in the spring of 2014 as a four door first. According to the design that is revealed in our artist’s impressions a five door Sportwagon estate will be following soon after.
The new crisp style of this model is capable of dominating the streets. Moreover, the company is working on a pleasing purity at Centro Style design studio in Italy. As usual, the shield grille of Alfa will dominate the front end. On the other hand, the stubby rear end is echoed the ‘coda tronca’ of 1960s racers.
The entry of Alfa Giulia to America:
According to the experts, the new Giulia is also a plan to return the legendary Alfa Romeo to United States, which is also its biggest market. Marchionne has already improved sales of Alfa by 30% to around 130,000. For this, the company should thank the Mito as well as Giulietta models. However, with Giulia the dealers in the US are expected to reach an ultimate goal of 400,000 units per annum. It is also the first Alfa model that will be built in America, which will be assembled alongside Chryslers.
The August 2012 edition of CAR will also feature a candid interview with the Fiat as well as Alfa boss Marchionne. Moreover, it will also reveal other five new Alfa Romeos, which are in pipeline.