Just days ahead of the official reveal at the Geneva motor show, pictures of the 2017 Alfa Romeo Giulietta got leaked giving us a glimpse into the design of the car.
The company already confirmed that they will be discussing more about the vehicle at the expo but unfortunately it came out before than they intended.
The first look at the Giulietta came last year in the month of October but it was still a prototype back then. The vehicle has undergone plenty of modifications since the prototype model. The grille design has undergone some subtle changes, while the lower bumper is offered better ground clearance. The look of the intake has been modified as well and the internals of the headlights are modified which increases the reach of the light beam.
If there is something unique to the 2017 Alfa Romeo Giulietta, it is the looping styled LED tail lights. The engineers at the company has left it unchanged so as to retain the design that buyers have come to love in their cars. The car is now equipped with alloy wheels. The leaked images show a white colored variant.
Giulietta is entering its sixth generation with the 2017 model and from the way the brand has made changes to the car, it is confirmed that they are interested in continuing the production for a couple of years before switching to newer models. There is also confirmation that the Quadrifoglio name has been reserved for future Giulietta models and it might probably be renamed as the Veloce.
The car will be powered by front wheel driving system by default but a rear wheel drive is in the cards. There is no word or an exact release date for the model but more information is expected to be available when the brand’s representatives take their place on stage at the 2016 Geneva motor show.
Even though, the leaked images have showed how the new gen Giulietta will look like, there is no word on the specifications and the trim line models available. Every other detail will be available only when the manufacturer does their press show at the auto expo.
The event is going to take place in the first week of March and a lot of manufacturers have already launched their vehicles so as to avoid losing their customers to other launches on the show floor. However, many surprise announcements are expected to take place and it is to be seen who manages to keep the audience interested on the day.