2019 Alfa Romeo Giulia – At the moment, you can go to your local Alfa Romeo dealership and buy a 280 or 505 horsepower Giulia sedan. Both are brilliant, especially the last, but there is definitely a power gap between the two that really should be filled, that a new 350-horsepower 2.0-liter engine option could be considered by US buyers.
However, look carefully and you will see some differences up front. While the coupe sported the same ventilated hood, headlights and large 2019 Alfa Romeo Giulia grille, the bumper received larger vertical openings around the side sockets and a larger divider. Why did our artist choose to make these seemingly minor changes? For starters, Alfa Romeo needs to be creative in this challenging niche and the coupe must be more than just a two-door Giulia. Granted, maybe the standard model would be acceptable with an identical fascia, but the Q versions have to push things a step further. Improved cooling and aerodynamics are a good start if you ask me. Second, everything is a question of exclusivity. Customers want exclusivity and a revised front shield, even with minor additional details, just brings that to the table. Everyone is happy, everyone wins. When moving on the sides, we should see a vehicle entirely different from the B pillar to the rear. The coupe should have a shorter wheelbase, longer doors and a pair of small quarter windows. I see no reason for Alfa to abandon the sedan’s beautiful character lines that spring from the front fenders and run to the rear fenders, but the rear hips should be slightly more massive for a muscular look than a coupe. performance should have. Expect the two doors to use wheels similar to the sedan in all trim levels.
While the outer shell will have some extra features on the Quadrifoglio model, the interior should be identical to the sedan, except for the rear compartment of course. The four-door has been on the market long enough to know that it’s quite modern and technical enough to allow German competitors to make money, but it’s also considered one of the most compact cabs on the market. And, useless for example, the design is very attractive and the equipment list is rich even in basic configuration. Although the leather is not included as standard with the cheapest model, the other trim levels hide well on the seats and even on the dashboard. Upholstery colors include all black or black with brown or tan accents, while some trims come with wood grain inserts. The sleek and sporty instrument panel comes with a 8.8-inch infotainment display in the center console, which provides access to a state-of-the-art infotainment system with voice activation, smartphone connectivity via Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and Dead Reckoning technology. The latter may baffle you without a GPS signal, which is convenient in remote areas.
The engine options beyond the two we have come to know in the States include a 2.2-liter diesel and a 350-hp version of the 2.0-liter four-cylinder gas burner. Product communications manager at Alfa Romeo USA: “No other engine for Giulia in America North version 2.0L and 2.9L [petrol]. “The Quadrifoglio, in case you did not know it, is powered by a 2.9 liter bi-turbo V6.
If my predictions are correct, the 2019 Alfa Romeo Giulia Coupe should be more affordable than the Series 4, since the German coupe will cost $ 43,300 in the United States, while the Q model will be much more expensive than the M4, which costs $ 67,700 before options The C-Class coupe is also significantly more expensive than the Giulia coupe at $ 42,650, but like the M4, the AMG C63 is cheaper at $ 67,000. The AMG C63 S will likely be at $ 75,000, but that makes sense as both have similar output and performance characteristics.