Sprint would be a coupe variant of the Giulietta sedan. Alfa Romeo would be working from a traditional template here, since the original Giulietta from 1954 also had a Sprint variant.
The image shown here is an unofficial rendering of what a possible Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint would look like.
According to Autoblog.it, Fiat Group is considering building the Sprint, which would be a coupe version of the Alfa Romeo Giulietta. Alfa Romeo would be working from a traditional template here, since the first Giulietta from 1954 also had a coupe version called the Sprint.
The Alfa Romeo Giulietta is a 5-door hatchback model which has replaced the 147 in the Alfa range. It's top-of-the-line variant comes with the Fiat Group's 1.8 liter TBi (1750 cc) engine (direct-injection and turbocharged) producing a healthy 235 PS (173 kW / 232 bhp) and 340 Nm (251 ft-lb) of torque.
The base-model Giulietta comes with a 1.4 liter engine with 120 PS (88 kW / 118 bhp). A 1.4-liter Multiair that produces 170 PS (127 kW / 168 bhp) is also available.
On the diesel side are a 1.6 liter with 105 PS (77 kW/104 bhp) and a 2.0 liter oil-burner producing 170 PS (125 kW/168 bhp).