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Sights and Sounds: Alfa Romeo Giulia QV

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It’s about time we took a closer look at the exciting new Alfa Romeo Giulia QV (Quadrifoglio Verde) in a classic sights and sounds video. We get the treat courtesy of our boy Marchettino who was quick with his camera capturing a few good shots of the Giulia before the delivery guy loads it up into the truck and shot the door.

The white Alfa Romeo Giulia QV in this footage gives us a number of clues as to the character of the new sport sedan. First, it looks a lot cooler from behind, as you would expect from something called Giulia. Second, that Ferrari-developed V6 engine sounds awesome even when idling. And third, seriously, it doesn’t have power folding mirrors?

Alfa Romeo Giulia QV has a six-cylinder turbo petrol engine tuned by Ferrari to make 510 horsepower, which translates into a 0 to 100 km/h time of 3.9 seconds. Alfa also claims the Giulia has a perfect 50/50 distribution across the two axles, which means the car can do more than pulverize everything in straight line. It can also corner, thanks to the weight distribution, track-spec suspension, powerful brakes, accurate steering, and Active Aero Splitter feature. The car also boasts advanced traction control Alfa DNA system with Dynamic, Natural, Advanced Efficient and Racing modes.

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