Greek designer Malandrinos Konstantinos has published a trio of sketches depicting his vision of the Alfa Romeo Giulia.

Greek designer Malandrinos Konstantinos has published a trio of sketches depicting his vision of the Alfa Romeo Giulia.

Scheduled to debut on June 24, Alfa Romeo's long-awaited successor of the 159 will likely be called "Giulia" and will ride on the Giorgio platform developed by Maserati. Seen here is an interpretation by an Alfa fan from Greece who went for a traditional triangular grille and some 4C cues in the front fascia. Also noticeable are trapezoidal headlights along with prominent character lines while the rear end has a 4C-like trunk lid flanked by sleek taillights as seen on the Giulietta.

The model is codenamed "Tipo 952" and Alfa Romeo has been doing a great job at hiding its design as so far spy photographers have only managed to spot test mules using a Maserati Ghibli body. The rear-wheel drive sedan will be bigger than a BMW 3-Series but smaller than a 5-Series and is believed to get a high-output 1.8-liter bi-turbo engine delivering as much as 300 PS (220 kW) and 400 Nm (295 lb-ft) of torque.

We will know more on June 24 when Alfa Romeo will finally unveil its all-new model which is bound to hit U.S. dealerships in Q1 2017 where it could possibly receive a different moniker.

Alfa Romeo Giulia unofficial design sketches released ahead of June 24 debut