Alfa Romeo has released a video and several images with their hottest new product, the Giulia Quadrifoglio.
Alfa Romeo has released a video and several images with their hottest new product, the Giulia Quadrifoglio (without "Verde").
It was back in June when Alfa Romeo took the wraps off the Giulia Quadrifoglio but it's only now we get to see some (partially revealing) official shots of the interior cabin. It's part of the company's latest marketing move to build up even more hype until the model's public debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show next week where they will also exhibit the lesser versions.
For the moment we only have details concerning the range-topping model which apparently has lapped the 'Ring in 7 minutes and 43 seconds. The high-powered sedan was developed over the course of just two and a half years and uses a Ferrari-derived turbocharged six-cylinder engine with 510 PS (375 kW), enough to enable a 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h) run in 3.9 seconds and a rumored top speed of 200 mph (321 km/h).
As standard, the Giulia Quadrifoglio will come with a RWD layout, but at an additional cost it will also be offered with an optional all-wheel drive arrangement. Alfa Romeo's engineers have managed to obtain a perfect 50:50 weight distribution and the vehicle is expected to weigh somewhere in the region of 1,500 kg (3,306 lbs).
The attached pics showing the interior are not the most revealing, but from what we can see the Giulia Q gets a driver-focused cockpit with a three-spoke steering wheel with metallic accents and partially covered in Alcantara. The upper area of the center console hosts the display for the infotainment system and it seems the amount of physical buttons and knobs has been kept down to a minimum. Also noticeable is a rotary switch to select from the available driving modes and there's a bigger dial to control the infotainment system while carbon fiber trim and red stitching have been added to spice up the sporty cabin even further.