Alfa Romeo Giulia Gets A Digital SportWagon Version

It’s hot, it’s gorgeous, it’s powerful, it’s Italian and it’s practical. Meet the Alfa Romeo Giulia SportWagon, which will make you forget its predecessor, the 159.

Before rushing over to your local Alfa dealership to place a deposit, we have to bring the bad news, because this model only exists on the computer and it was created by Alessandro Masera.

The four-door body was dropped in favor of a more practical five-door estate, the taillights were redesigned, the car has a clean look for the tailgate and an aggressive diffuser incorporating the quad exhaust pipes.

This isn’t the first time when we get to see how a five-door variant of the new Giulia might look like, but if the initial image revealed a lot of plastic body cladding, in the so-called CrossWagon version, the latest rendering has a sleeker look and it might be closer to the real thing.

The Italian-based firm didn’t announce its intention of adding a wagon, but since its predecessor was offered with a similar body style and all its competitors in the premium segment do, chances are Alfa will (at an yet undisclosed point) launch this variant.

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