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Alfa Romeo Giulia | Celebrate

Australians are excitedly looking forward to the arrival of the Alfa Romeo Giulia by 2016. A four-door sedan is the perfect solution for people who aren’t interested in driving a hatchback. A throwback to a beloved 1962 sedan, it’s the perfect mix of old and new, with retro bodylines but modern convenience.  

1. The Alfa Romeo Giulia Is A Beautiful Reincarnation Of The Original 1962 Sedan
Designers looked back over 50 years to find inspiration for the new Alfa Romeo Giulia. One look and you can see how it fits in to the Alfa line of cars, with bodylines that remind drivers of the Giulietta, and front-end elements that are influenced by the 4C. The front bumper contains a carbon fibre splitter and two large air intakes that assist twin intercoolers and the braking system. It’s a sight to behold, and will draw plenty of attention when it hits the Australian roadways.  

2. Input By Ferrari And Maserati Make This Car A Powerhouse
The Alfa Romeo Giulia is more than simply a beautiful automobile. It uses drive chains designed by Ferrari. Your top trim engine offering is a beefy 3.0L, V6 turbo engine used in the Maserati Ghibli. You will be a force to be reckoned with each time you drive it. Expect to go from 0-100 in only 3.9 seconds. A carbon fibre spoiler and Active Aero splitter make the car more aerodynamic, and represent the first time this technology has been seen.  

3. The Giulia Is The Perfect Balance Of Sedan Comfort And Sporty Handling
Even though you’re driving a car that is built for power, you still want to feel a comfortable ride. The Alfa Romeo Giulia offers you the same comfort that you have come to expect from the brand. A double wishbone suspension in the front and multilink suspension in the back make for a smooth ride that can handle the tight turns of sportier driving. In addition, drivers will be happy to find Alfa’s famous DNA system available to them. This allows drivers to switch driving modes between Dynamic, Neutral, and Advanced. Added to that are Efficient, which allows for better fuel economy, and Racing, for high performance situations.