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The all-new Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio is more than a showcase for the best power-to-weight ratio in its class with a near 7 lbs/hp — it’s a study in how to use that power.
This high performance sedan offers class-exclusive technologies for first-rate dynamic performance and driving pleasure.
Shifting the Balance of Power
Its near perfect 50/50 weight distribution creates optimal balance and highlights the advantage of a rear-wheel-drive system in a front-engined vehicle by pairing rear-wheel drive with the Giulia Quadrifoglio’s front-mounted, all-aluminum Bi-Turbo V6 engine.
A body in high-strength steel, fenders and doors in aluminum, a carbon fiber hood, roof and driveshaft, available front seat frames and aerodynamic appendices work in conjunction with the patented all-aluminum suspension to create a near perfect balance.
dawn is an intrepid statement, with a form to match. The crafted French seam in the soft-top roof offers an unbroken surface and stunning aesthetics. The windscreen frame, created as a single piece, enhances the sense of grace and fluidity, while the wider track and iconic grille lend purity and authority. An emblem of ease and opportunity, the roof opens in just 22 seconds, revealing an open deck area that connects you to your surroundings like never before.
The heart of Alfa Romeo
An Alfa Romeo always stands out for the innovation of its engine. Throughout its rich 105 year history, Alfa Romeo has introduced many industry firsts with innovative technologies that contribute to class-leading performance.
The Giulia Quadrifoglio continues this tradition with an all-aluminum 90-degree 2.9 liter Bi-Turbo V6 engine that delivers class-leading 505 horsepower and 443 lb-ft of torque between 2,500 and 5,500 rpm; it launches from 0-60 in a class-leading 3.8 seconds and achieves top speeds of 191 miles per hour.
Amazingly, Alfa Romeo’s most powerful production car engine is also designed to deliver world-class levels of efficiency. An electronically-controlled cylinder deactivation system reduces fuel consumption by shutting down cylinders when extra power is not needed and a start/stop system stops fuel flow and shuts down the powertrain when the Giulia is at a full stop.
The Giulia Quadrifoglio’s use of ultralight, high-strength materials, class-exclusive technologies and supercar power and handling convert into priceless driving dynamics.
This all-aluminum direct injection 90-degree 2.9-liter Bi-Turbo V6 is Alfa Romeo’s new benchmark. It generates an incredible best-in-class 505 horsepower and 443 pound-feet of torque, allowing it to launch from 0-60 in a class-leading 3.8 seconds and achieve a best-in-class top speed of 191 miles per hour.
These formidable stats lead to another impressive distinction: with a lap time of 7:39, the all-new Giulia Quadrifoglio is the fastest four-door production vehicle to take on the demanding Nürburgring track.
|Max power||505 hp @ 6500 rpm|
|Estimated MPG||16-17 City / 24-25 HWY|
|Engine||2.9 L V6|
|Drivetrain||Rear Wheel Drive|
|Max speed||191 mph / 307 Km/h|
|Maximum torque||443 lb-ft @ 2500 rpm|
|Bore x Stroke||3.40 x 3.23 (86.5 x 82.0)|
Weights and Dimensions
|Length||182.6 in (4,639 mm)|
|Width||73.7 in (1,873 mm)|
|Height||56.1 in (1,426 mm)|
|Wheelbase||111 in (2,820 mm)|
|Front track||61 in (1,550 mm)|
|Rear track||62.5 in (1,589 mm)|
|Fuel Tank Capacity, gal.(liter)||15.3 (58)|
|Curb Weight||3600-3650 lb|
Alfa Romeo of Westport
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Westport, CT 06880
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