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New Alfa Romeo Giulia Spied In Camo, Allegedly Records Top Speed Of 321km/h or 200mph


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Yes, we're aware that Alfa Romeo has presented the new Giulia QV, but the Italians are still fine-tuning the sports sedan before it goes on sale next year.

Alfa Romeo Giulia: First Official Press Shots! [Updated]


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While we're patiently waiting for Alfa Romeo to pull the wraps off their new Giulia sports sedan in Turin this afternoon, the first official photos of the car hit the web.

New Alfa Romeo Giulia QV Said To Have 510HP, Target BMW M3


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Yesterday’s leaked Alfa Romeo Giulia photos portrayed the high performance version of the sports sedan dubbed Quadrifoglio Verde.

New Alfa Romeo Giulia Kind Of Gives A BMW Vibe In These Purportedly Official Images


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Yes, another set of allegedly official digital renders of Alfa's highly anticipated Giulia sedan squeezed through the internet cracks today.

Are These New Alfa Romeo Giulia Images Official?


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Now that the cat is out of the bag, it seems there's no stopping the leaks on Alfa Romeo's new Giulia executive sports sedan.

New Alfa Romeo Giulia: This Is Really It!


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We bring you the very first pictures of Alfa Romeo's all-new Giulia sports sedan, almost 24 hours ahead of the car's official reveal, thanks to one of our readers.

This Is Very Likely Alfa Romeo's New Giulia Sports Sedan


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We believe these are some of the first spy shots of Alfa Romeo's new BMW 3-Series rivaling Giulia wearing a production body. In the past, we've spied Alfa's upcoming compact executive sedan in test mule form dressed in modified bodywork from the Maserati Ghibli.
The images that have been circulating on Facebook, paint a promising picture for the long-delayed replacement to the Alfa Romeo 159, with super-short front overhangs and a dramatic / sporty profile.

The last time Alfa disappointed its fans in regards to design in this segment was with the Fiat-like 155, as the 156 and its successor, the 159, received critical acclaim for their styling, so we're not expecting anything less from the Giulia.

Their shortcomings were in other areas, which Alfa hopes to address with the new model starting from the engine bay, where it has already confirmed the availability of a new high output 4-cylinder turbocharged unit and a Ferrari-derived 6-cylinder engine, which sounds very tempting.

The new Alfa will be introduced in June (or so we hear) and go on sale in Europe later this year, before it purportedly (you can never be sure with Alfa Romeo) launches in North America next year.

Thanks to Autoitaliaevo and Alex for the tip!

*Note: the last image is a speculative rendering

Photo Gallery

Alfa Giulia Mules Dressed Up With Maserati Body And Jeep Parts Scooped?


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A couple of Alfa Romeo mules was spotted during some winter testing in Livigno, Italy wearing a Maserati costume by tumblr user inno88.

New Alfa Romeo 4C Spider Looks the T!ts in Fresh Photos and Video


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If you loved last year's Alfa Romeo 4C Spider study, then you'll be happy to know that the production car remains virtually unchanged some very minor tweaks.

Gotcha: Alfa Romeo 4C Spider Caught Out in the Open During Photo Shoot in Spain


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Last March, at the Geneva Auto Show, Alfa Romeo displayed a concept of the 4C Spider –  the open-top version of its 4C sports car that would launch some time in 2015.

MX-5-Based Alfa Is Now Abarth Roadster, Alfa To Develop Own Spider


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The highly anticipated Alfa Romeo Spider based on the all-new Mazda MX-5 roadster is dead. According to reports, Fiat Group has decided to utilize the new MX-5 roadster platform for a new range-topping Abarth roadster instead.

Is This a Test Mule for Maserati Alfieri, Alfa's Giulia or Something Else?


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For the second time in a few weeks, Fiat Group engineers have us scratching our heads with their Maserati Ghibli-based test mules.

Did Alfa Romeo Sneak in a 4C Quadrifoglio Verde Model at its Paris Show Booth?


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We just received some very interesting shots from Alfa Romeo's Paris Motor Show stand depicting a red 4C Coupe with an additional air inlet made from carbon-fiber on the left fender.

Scoop: Alfa Romeo is up to Something with Giulietta Quadrifoglio Verde


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If it weren't for its illustrious history, an army of fans desperately seeking souls in mechanical objects and the recent launch of the 4C, Alfa Romeo would be as relevant today as Dirk Diggler starring next to Miley Cyrus in a romantic comedy.

Scoop: Test Mule for New 2015 Mazda MX-5 and Alfa Romeo Spider


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So it begins; here we have the first appearance of a test mule for the next generation of the Mazda MX-5, and consequently, the new rear-wheel drive Alfa Romeo Spider, since the two companies came together to develop the shared-platform roadsters with each model featuring its own styling and crop of engines.

Alfa Romeo 4C Official (?) Brochure with Full Specs and Equipment Range


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Apart from the trio of hypercars, probably the most eagerly awaited model of the 83rd Geneva Motor Show was the production version of the Alfa Romeo 4C.

Now, after the extensive coverage it has received, one may wonder what is left to say for the sexy two-seat, mid-engined Italian coupe. Well, quite a lot actually: 4C-Forums, the only site (so far) dedicated to the new Alfa, has published what it claims is the official brochure for the car.

Alfa Romeo 4C Engine Sounds and a Peek at its Digital Instrument Cluster


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Over the past couple of weeks, we saw official photos and learned a lot about the new Alfa Romeo 4C, but the Italians are still keeping many details under wraps, which is where this spy video from KGP Photography steps in and comes into use.

Scoop: Production Alfa Romeo 4C Coupe Sports Minimal Changes


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It’s almost time for Alfa Romeo to unleash its first true rear-wheel drive sports car since the demise of the 8C Competizione coupe and roadster in 2010, the new 4C mid-engine coupe.

This week, our spies nabbed a pre-production prototype of the 4C testing in Europe. While Alfa Romeo's engineers had the car covered almost from top to bottom, we can still see all some of the styling modifications made over the impressive concept displayed at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show.

These include the addition of new exterior mirrors with a larger surface mounted on the doors, the visible door handles positioned right in front of the side air vents, the new circular tail lamp fixtures, and the redesigned (and dare we say, more impressive looking) diffuser at the rear end that also gains a set of auxiliary lights.

When Alfa presented the study two years ago, it told us that the 4C features a 1.7-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine coupled to a dual-clutch transmission driving the rear wheels. We still don’t know how strong the engine is, but the word on the street is could deliver 300 or more horses.

Spied: Alfa Romeo 4C Coupe Filmed in Michigan


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If there's one Alfa Romeo model that may come to the U.S. after all, it's the upcoming production version of the 4C mid-engine sports coupe concept that was first seen at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show.

A reader from the online edition of Autoweek magazine captured a heavily camouflaged prototype of the 4C testing on a Michigan expressway last Friday, January 11.

Fiat Group Plans to Re-Launch Alfa Romeo…Again, Product Plan Shows 9 New Models


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It's a story that we've heard again, and again, and again from the Fiat Group; re-launch and turn the Alfa Romeo brand into a global player in the premium segment.

Whether the Italians will to stick to the program remains to be seen, but given the recent developments with Maserati, including the introduction of the new Quattroprote and sightings of Ghibli prototypes, there's a good chance Fiat means it this time.