The Alfa Romeo Giulia was a compact car produced between 1962 and 1978 in both sedan and station wagon body styles. The vehicle was offered in various trim levels, with a choice of gasoline and diesel four-bangers. Alongside the sedan and the wagon, Alfa also sold a number of stylish two-door coupes and convertibles under the Giulia nameplate. These were rebadged versions of earlier Giulietta models. The Giulia range also included the TZ race car, the GTA sports coupe. Axed for more than 35 years, the Giulia moniker is about to make a spectacular comeback to the Alfa Romeo range. Just like its predecessor, the new Giulia will take on the compact segment, currently dominated by the likes of the BMW 3 Series and the Audi A4 .
Scheduled to show itself to the world in 2015 and hit dealerships for the 2016 model year, the modern Giulia marks the return of the sporty, rear-wheel-drive Alfa Romeos. I think we can all agree this is great news!
Fortunately, the fine folks over at Diseno-Art.com created renderings of the upcoming Giulia. Additionally, according to a tipster who has seen images of the new Giulia, these renderings are the closest to the real thing he’s seen on the Interwebz.
Image credits: Thorsten Krisch.
Images used with express permission from Diseno-Art.com
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