So, let’s recap. Starting in 2010, Alfa Romeo binned most of its product line-up, leaving just the MiTo and Giulietta to carry the brand’s somewhat wilting flag. When Alfa dragged the 159 behind the garages to put it out of their misery, they attempted to console us all with promises of a soon-to-arrive new model to replace it – the Giulia. That makes this a car we’ve been waiting six years for. So it had better be good to make up for all that self-flagellation.
Alfa Romeo today announced that the new Giulia will be priced from £29,180 when it goes on sale later this year, with the hotly-anticipated 510hp Bi-Turbo weighing in at £59,000.
Alfa Romeo has officially unveiled its new Giulia. At the same time, the company revealed that it would be powered - among other options - by a 510hp six-cylinder turbocharged Ferrari engine.