The world is waiting for the Alfa Romeo Giulia to finally hit the streets and show us what it’s really made of. But the wait is long and people are getting bored. One of these bored guys was designer Theophilus Chin. But he could actually do something about it, so he penned a brother for the Giulia, the bigger, more aggressive Alfa Romeo Giorgio.
Now, Alfa Romeo Giorgio is a completely fantastical car, a flight fancy exiting only in Chin’s mind and computer. But if someday Alfa decides to create a larger version of the Giulia – which, given the buzz it has created and the success it is expected to meet with in the market, is not out of the question – it could end up looking like this.
Chin has created his Alfa Romeo Giorgio by merging the design features of the Giulia with the body of Maserati Ghibli. Naturally, he’s gone for the Quadrifoglio Verde (QV) version which is the high-performance variant that comes with active aero and large wheels. The end result is breathtakingly beautiful and a worthy rival for the likes of BMW M5 and Mercedes E63 AMG.
If we were to speculate on the sort of engine the Giorgio, or whatever Alfa wants to call Giulia’s sibling, we would expect a Ferrari-tuned V8, which would mean they could use one of Maserati’s engines.
Renderings by Theophilus Chin