The breathtaking new Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio doesn't need engine options because it comes standard with the ultimate power plant. The Giulia QV is the fastest four-door production car ever and proved its mettle at the Nürburgring with an astonishing lap time of 7:39. This engine was developed in a collaborative effort between Alfa Romeo and Ferrari and the result reflects decades of innovative Italian race technology development.
· All-Aluminium Engine: The 2.9-litre, V-6 petrol engine is entirely aluminium, which reduces the vehicle's overall weight significantly. Between 2500 and 5000 RPM, the power plant cranks out 375 kW power and 600 Nm of torque. That launches the Giulia Quadrifoglio from zero to 100 km/hr in a thrilling 3.9 seconds and provides a top speed of 307 km/hr; thankfully, the Giulia also comes standard with supportive Sparco race-inspired seats!
· Superior Bi-Turbo System: The bi-turbo system in the Giulia Quadrifoglio's engine beats a standard twin-turbo system hands-down. Why? Because the twin turbo features one large turbo charger and one small one. One of them will engage to serve all of the engine's cylinders, depending on the RPM, and that creates the dreaded turbo lag. The bi-turbo engine in the Giulia QV has one turbocharger for each side of the engine: each turbo unit serves 3 cylinders at all RPM. That means you'll get immediate response when you need a turbo boost while the system places less stress on the engine and provides better fuel efficiency.
· Cylinder Deactivation: For those times when you're driving your Giulia QV around town or cruising easily down a highway, Alfa Romeo's patented cylinder deactivation program will reduce your fuel consumption and emissions by temporarily turning off up to three cylinders. In cylinder deactivation mode, the Giulia Quadrifoglio can range 100 km on just 8.5 litres of petrol and emit just 198g/km of CO2. Don't worry: the sophisticated cylinder deactivation program will never leave you wanting for power. The moment you demand more muscle, the cylinders reactivate and the engine roars to full power.
The All-New Giulia QV Doesn't Need Engine Options
The engine designers at Alfa Romeo and Ferrari have outdone themselves on the engine for the all-new Giulia Quadrifoglio and there are no engine options available because this one leaves nothing to be desired. Soon, you'll be able to experience its thrilling performance for yourself. Register now to receive updated information on features and the upcoming release of the Alfa Romeo Giulia QV.