The restyling brings updates and innovations.
Design – The design of Giulia is made of dynamics and elegant lines, like every other Alfa Romeo. The new headlights and “Trilobo” stands out, both taken from Tonale. The headlights are a recall to the ones of the 1991 Alfa Romeo SZ, marking a continuity between past and future of the brand. The rear lights, also Led, have a smoked black cover, giving to the car a more sporty look.
Engines – The Giulia doesn’t have a mild hybrid or plug-in hybrid version but only one petrol engine, that generates a power output of 280 HP.
Chassis – The platform Giorgio assures optimal driving performance for the Giulia, thanks to precise and direct steering and quick frontend. The transmission is an 8-speed automatic made by ZF, which ensures high performance when the sportiest driving mode is selected.
Interiors – The Alfa Romeo Giulia interior does not undergo radical changes. A new 12.3″ telescope-shaped display is introduced, which allows you to see all the information relating to the car. To its right, however, an 8.8″ touch screen dedicated to infotainment. Technological improvements: over-the-air updates are introduced, as if it were a smartphone, and an NFT certificate. This certificate was created with the aim of keeping track of all the car’s information, including maintenance interventions, in order to preserve its residual value. It cannot be replicated or falsified, guaranteeing the authenticity of this information.
Trims – The Giulia has 2 trims: Sprint and Veloce. In certain countries there are 2 more trims: Super and Ti. On the Veloce is based a more sporty trim, called “Competizione”. It has active suspensions and 19-inches tires.