The long-awaited Giulia has landed. Long-awaited because it is touted as the first red-blooded Alfa in a long while (not counting the esoteric 4C).
The top-end rear-wheel-drive Quadrifoglio V6 variant is said to be close to $400,000, followed by the 280hp Veloce at nearly a quarter million bucks. These will be followed later by a base model with an estimated price tag of below $200,000.
Those who still insist on a sport utility vehicle might want to check out Alfa’s first crossover, the Stelvio.
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