In 2024, this is how Alfa Romeo's new Giulia could look

By TechThop Team

Posted on: 13 Aug, 2022

Besides reviving the feeling of uniqueness, the car aims to expand its strength and daring by updating its aesthetics and personality.

Despite taking cues from previous versions, the computerized rendering has been updated with modern materials and technologies in almost every aspect, including the leather upholstery and mechanics.

A wide range of options is available on the instrument panel of the latest generation. An AT Q4 2.0 turbo petrol engine with 280 horsepower, an automatic transmission, and a rear-wheel drive will be the engine of the Giulia 2024.

Rims are 19 inches in diameter. Additionally, the paint will add metallic hues to the existing colors, making them even more attractive. Sergio Marchionne founded Fiat Chrysler Automobiles in 2014 when Giulia was born.

It was originally intended to be a three-size sedan without any reference to Giulietti but was then completely redesigned with the adoption of the Giorgio platform. The rear-wheel drive system was a brand new feature compared to previous Alphas.

Initially, only two pre-series models were released in a two-tone Quadrifoglio version: red and white, on the day of the brand's 105th-anniversary celebrations at the Historical Museum.

Harald Wester, the manager at the Frankfurt Motor Show, will explain the technical features on September 15. A basic version of the car, which was postponed due to design and technical issues, will debut at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.

A 2.2-liter aluminum drivetrain will power diesel models with 180 and 150 horsepower in Switzerland. An electric multijet injector powered by a variable-geometry turbocharger makes this a unique vehicle.

A diesel engine with 210 horsepower will be introduced at the end of the year, along with a turbocharged petrol engine with 280 horsepower.

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