Stealing the show was the new Giulia with the top of the line legendary Quadrifoglio really setting the stage
Not one to be shy, the new Giulia arrived in style with its world debut on the 24th June – on the brands' 105th anniversary and with a performance by Maestro Andrea Bocelli at the renovated Alfa Romeo Museum in Arese (Milan).
The Giulia Quadrifoglio was made for speed thanks to its V6 Cylinder 2.9-litre turbo-petrol engine which was inspired by Ferrari’s technology and technical expertise. Promising a thrilling performance, the Quadrifoglio rockets to 62mph in just 3.9 seconds and offers a top speed of up to 190mph with a torque of 600 Nm. Not disregarding the environment the model also emits a respectable 198 g/km of CO2 providing both efficiency and top-class performance.
Also captivating the audience was the Alfa Romeo 4C, in Coupe and Spider versions which represent the sports soul written into the Alfa Romeo DNA. With their excellent engineering, optimum performance and breathtaking style they really demonstrate the modernisation of the brand. Next to them sits the legendary Quadrifoglio which sports a green cloverleaf, an emblem that since 1923 has marked the highest performing Alfa Romeo models.
The 4C Coupe really shines thanks to its collaboration between Alfa Romeo and Garage Italia Customs who focus on the unique personality of every client. The exterior styling on the 4C displays a matte pearl gradient effect paint that goes from a black carbon fibre roof to “Accuriso” red in the lower body. Completing the look is identical engine shading and clear rear windows showcasing the Coupe’s colours and mechanics. The widespread use of black and red Alcantara gives the car a premium feel on seats, door panels, roof rack and dashboard. The 4C Coupe, by Garage Italia Customs, therefore represents the current excellence of Italian craftsmanship, creating a unique driving experience.