The network has the first photos of the cabin of the new sedan Alfa Romeo Giulia. The interior of the car got leather and carbon fiber trim. Inside, sports seats and set instrument panel with a large touch screen and dual-zone climate control.
Alfa Romeo Giulia, which has become a successor to the 159, built on a new platform and has received double wishbones front and rear mnogoryichazhka. Depending on the version, Giulia can be equipped with both rear and all-wheel drive. The sedan the best in class for torsional rigidity and uniform weight distribution.
Earlier in Milan was represented by top version Quadrifoglio Verde with a 510-horsepower 3.0 liter V6. The engine, which is developed by engineers Ferrari, got off half the cylinders system – the first time this technology is used in cars Alfa Romeo. Motor can be paired with both the 6-speed manual, and 8-band “automatic.” From zero to 100 km / h Giulia with the most powerful engine in the line and all-wheel drive accelerates in 3.9 seconds.
The car will be equipped with a system of optional Active Roll Control, which suppresses body roll during cornering. All equipment Giulia, including the base, the system will get DNA, allowing regulate the electric power steering, and the response to pressing the gas pedal.
Compete Giulia Quadrifoglio Verde on the world market will be a BMW M3 and the Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG. Bavarian sedan c 431-horsepower engine accelerates to “hundreds” of 4.1 seconds, and Mercedes (510 hp) – 4 seconds. According to preliminary information, the car will go on sale in Europe in spring 2016 and will cost from 60 thousand. Euro.
What other engines will be available for Giulia, is still unknown. According to unofficial data, in motor vehicle range will also include turbocharged gasoline unit – 1,75TBi produces 235 horsepower. The more expensive versions Italian sedan will be equipped 300-horsepower 1.8-liter engine. He’s acceleration to 100 km / h will not exceed 6 seconds. For more information about motor schemes Italians promise to make public in September at the motor show in Frankfurt.