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Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio, first glimpse of the new revelation

Dear car lovers, there comes a time when all you want to do after all long day at work is lie back and relax reading an article about your favorite automobiles. Join us today as we talk about Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio, first glimpse of the new revelation.

Since the year 1910, the Italian car manufacturer Alfa Romeo has delighted the public with the most outstanding sports car models. After iconic models such as Alfa Romeo S-Z, the classic Alfa Romeo Spider and 2000 Sportiva Coupe, in recent year, the company has built more and more daring, but also practical models like Alfa Romeo Competizione, Alfa Romeo TZ3 and Alfa Giulietta.

This June in Arese Milan, Alfa Romeo unveiled the new, super-hot sports sedan Alfa Romeo Giulia, built as a rival and competitor for the German “big boys” Mercedez-Benz and BMW. Giulia Quadrifoglio is the name that will be on the lips of all premium sports car lovers. It is meant to go on sale early in 2016 in Europe and a few months later, it will also enter the American market.

The capabilities of the car are remarkable. Powered by a strong 3.0 liter engine, twin-turbocharged, it delivers 510 hp, surpassing the BMW M3 (that uses the same type of engine) and equaling the Mercedes-Benz AMG C63 S (which however uses a larger 4.0 liter engine). Italian cars are reputed for their speed, as we well know, and Alfa Giulia is no exception, going from zero to 100 kilometers per hour in under 4 seconds.

This sedan car is meant to pave the way to a relaunch planned by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. Their hopes is that Alfa’s global annual sales will go from 70.000 Euro in 2014 to 400.000 Euro by 2018. We’ll see what the future holds.

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