But now it’s time for Alfa Romeo to roll up its sleeves, and deliver a mass-market vehicle in the new Giulia. And Alfa Romeo did not disappoint. Using a twin-turbo V6 engine tuned by Ferrari, the new focoso Quadrifoglio version of the Giulia (fiery in Italian), pumps out a hugely impressive 510 horsepower. And due to its new RWD architecture, the Giulia has a perfect 50/50 weight split between the front and the back.
Additionally, the Alfa Romeo Giulia will be available with a whole host of other engines and different drivelines, including an AWD version for those less inclined to set their pants on fire with the fiery Italian. There’s still no word on how much the new car will cost, though, or any of the iterations that will be available. But considering the Quadrifoglio version is going up against those sportscars mentioned above, it’s safe to say that it will fall within the same realm as those.