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Alfa Romeo Giulia Range Detailed

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So as the new Alfa Romeo Giulia goes on display at the Geneva Motor Show as possibly the most important product in the car maker’s history, FCA released the details and specs of the entire range. So far we’ve only seen the high-performance QV version, but the Giulia also comes with a 2.0 liter petrol and a 2.2 liter diesel engine.

The “Termoli” version of the extremely beautiful Alfa Romeo Giulia is powered by a 2.0 liter Turbo Petrol Engine featuring MultiAir electro-hydraulic valve actuators, a 2-in-1 turbocharger and 200-bar direct injection for a total output of 200hp and 330Nm of torque. Then we have the “Pratola Serra” with a 2.2 liter Turbo Diesel Engine equipped with MultiJet II injection system with Injection Rate Shaping (IRS) and variable geometry turbocharger, available in two 150hp/380Nm and 180hp/450Nm versions.

Alfa Romeo Giulia also benefits from a range of advanced technology features including Integrated Brake System (IBS), Forward Collision Warning (FCW) and Autonomous Emergency Brake (AEB) with pedestrian detection. You also get AlfaLink suspension, DNA driving modes and an eight-speed automatic transmission. Inside, and depending on the trim level, you get either a 3.5-inch or a 7-inch colour instrument display and 8.8-inch Connect Nav 3D system with smartphone integration, DAB digital radio and Hi-Fi digital audio. An optional Sound Theatre by Harman Kardon system is also available.

Also available as optional extras are Luxury Pack and the Sport Pack. The Luxury Pack includes full-grain leather upholstery for the seats, including power adjustable front seats with heaters, real wood interior detailing, chrome-effect exterior window trim and Xenon 35W headlights with AFS, while the Sport Pack adds a sports steering wheel, aluminium interior trim and Xenon headlights.

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