Alfa Romeo Explains New Giulia’s Design; Releases Official Interior Details [w/Video]

Alfa Romeo wants to keep the momentum going so they threw a short clip with the designers explaining the process behind penning the new Giulia, along with some official interior details.

The short video footage named ‘Designed With Passion’ shows Marco Tencone, Head of Alfa Romeo style centre and Andrea Loi, Senior Exterior Designer talking about their latest creation, explaining Giulia’s most powerful visual elements like the traditional front triangular grille and the prominent side shoulders.

At the same time the Italian company released a new set of photos showing officially for the first time the interior and the switchgear on the center console, including the brand’s DNA switch which now includes a Race mode and the controller for the car’s infotainment system.

As this is the top-of-the-line Quadrifoglio Verde version, the cabin is dressed in Alcantara and leather, including the steering wheel. A Ferrari-developed 503hp turbocharged 3.0-litre V6 gives the Giulia enough oomph to get from zero to 100km/h (0-62mph) in 3.9 seconds.

The Alfa Romeo Giulia is expected to make its public debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show next week.

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Alfa Romeo explains new Giulia’s design
Alfa Romeo explains new Giulia’s design
Posted by Carscoops on Tuesday, September 8, 2015

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