The all-new Alfa Romeo Giulia may look all charming and lovely just sitting there, but it – or rather its Quadrifoglio Version – has a wild side that, once unleashed, can do unspeakable damage to whatever stands in its way. In this clip you get to see some of that barely contained fury in action.
Besides hearing the amazing growl of the 510-ho Ferrari-developed V6 engine in the Alfa Romeo Giulia QV, in this video we also see how the car’s active aerodynamic features work. Combined with a well-engineered rear-drive chassis and 50/50 weight distribution, the active aero results in absolutely sublime performance on the race track.
That active front spoiler is a very cool thing and we’re sure it also has enormous benefits in terms of aerodynamics. But it might not be very practical in the real world. I mean, it must be an expensive part and it is located somewhere in constant danger of getting damaged. This is probably the Italians not caring too much about common sense and giving flair and style a higher priority.