Alfa Romeo Giulia Sedan

Jul 1, 2015

Category: Rides

Alfa Romeo’s Giulia sedan debuted today, marking the 105th anniversary of the Italian badge. In celebration, the company is bringing the car to America for the first time in years.

The Giulia is powered by a 510-hp six-cylinder engine that will push the car from 0-60 mph in just 3.9 seconds. It was specially tuned by engineers that have a Ferrari background. It has a perfect 50/50 weight balance to its power-to-weight ratio. The impressive weight distribution is obtained by the use of exclusive technical materials such as carbon fiber, which is three times stronger and seven times lighter than steel. It’s the only sedan in the world to be fit with an active aero front splitter. The Giulia will start in the neighborhood of $75,000.

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