Details about the non-QV badged Giulia models remain scarce but it is reported that they will be offered in both rear and all-wheel drive configurations with a six-speed automatic and six-speed manual being the two transmissions of choice. Meanwhile, power will be provided from a handful of small diesel and petrol engines but specific specs and details of these engines are a mystery.
As it stands, the only Alfa Romeo Giulia model fully detailed by the Italian manufacturer is the range-topping QV. It is powered by a Ferrari-derived 2.9-litre twin-turbocharged V6 engine delivering 503 hp. Designed to directly rival the BMW M3 and Mercedes-AMG C63 range, the Giulia QV has some tough competition to go against. While the press drives for the car have yet to be held, Alfa Romeo has already revealed the Giulia QV lapped the Nurburgring in 7:39, some 13 seconds faster than the F80-generation M3.
The first Alfa Romeo Giulia deliveries are tipped for autumn next year.