Every automotive manufacturer has several vehicles that hit the market with every car design providing its peculiar quality whether interior design, exterior design features or even the engine. This also happens with the Alpha Romeo, with the Guiliette being among the designs that attacked the auto market followed by the 4c car. It shouldn’t surprise you that the base of the 2015 Alfa Romeo Giulia is the Guiliette. Yes, the 4C and the Giulia would be merged to form a single car, making the new Alfa Romeo Giulia, a combination of the Guiliette with the turbocharger engine taken from the sport car 4C.
The Giulia is planned as a the first part to get Alfa Romeo back to manufacturing sporty, rear-wheel drive cars, an ongoing resurrection project of the Alfa that started back in 2013. The company promises a lot with this new model with a lot of innovative features and a better driving experience. The main market targets of this brand however, are the Chinese and US markets.
Most of us believe that the company ought to release a round of the body weight and an exterior that matches the 2015 requirement, However, to be able to offer this, the company needs to develop it lighter in weight and probably could use alternatives such as light weight aluminium. Ideally the organization should offer new tires, new headlamps, bumpers and even color options.
2015 Alfa Romeo Giulia interior
On the inside, the car should be glamorous possessing a better inside in comparison to the Alfa. It is expected to have top notch chairs, new dashboard along with improved functions such as wireless Bluetooth and touchscreen show.
2015 Alfa Romeo Giulia engine
The cars engine should be among the best advanced in its class. With the the 1.4-litre turbo unit from Giulietta with 118bhp or 168bhp the car could be offered the powerful turbocharged 1.75-litre turbo petrol 4C’s model engine. This engines line-up could possibly tap into the owner’s Fiat’s latest MultiAir technology.
Price and release date
The brand new Giulia Romeo is roughly expected to launch at the end of 2015 as the CEO of Fiat group Sergio Marchionne hinted. “By the end of 2015 you will see cars that represent Alfas movement forward.” While still too early to predict the price of this vehicle, we still expect the prices to start from £22,000 with the Giulia being the first mainstream car launched under the companies’s revival plan. With a follow up by the 4C mid-engined “reborn spider” that is due 2015. All these models are an intention to reinstate and revive Alfa Romeo as an premium worldwide brand.