The Giulia sedan range is expanding and Alfa Romeo revealed the rest of the cars at the 2016 Geneva auto expo. The company confirmed at the show that they are going to offer both gasoline and diesel engine models in Europe.
It will also be offered with a manual gearbox and an automatic transmission system to offer maximum choices for buyers.
The base model of the sedan is powered by a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine which delivers a total of 200 horsepower. It is paired with an eight speed automatic transmission system. The specifications power the base Guilia model which is set to get launched in the United States. In order to comply with the emission regulations, the European variant of the car offers 2.2-liter turbodiesel I-4 engine with both 150 horsepower and 180 horsepower models.
Quadrifoglio is the top end variant from the Alfa Romeo Giulia offerings. The brand is proud for achieving the perfect weight distribution in the car. It is made using carbon fiber, aluminum materials with extreme robustness yet light on weight.
The car is equipped with latest features on the inside including a fully responsive 8.8-inch screen connected to the Nav 3D navigation system. The system provides a wide range of information and has been designed in association with Magnetti Marelli. It uses a rotary pad for control but also supports voice commands.
Apart from the navigation system, the Giulia has a 3.5-inch display in the base model and a 7-inch TFT display in the higher end variants. The infotainment system is highly informative made to provide information to the driver on the go. It updates them on fuel efficiency, distance traveled, and even instructs them on gear changing pattern to achieve maximum efficiency.
Music lovers are definitely going to enjoy the ride as it is equipped with a 900-watt surround sound system powered by Harman Kardon technology. There are 14 different speakers mounted at various points in the car to offer an immersive aural experience. Safety features found in the car includes adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning system, collision warning, blind spot warning, pedestrian detection and automatic emergency braking control.
The car is being displayed at the Geneva show. The model’s launch dates are yet to be confirmed by Alfa Romeo. The pricing is not known but it is suggested that it will be very close to the outgoing models so as to retain the audience base.