The next generation Alfa Romeo Giulia 2014 will have RWD and is developed on a unique platform. This confirmation is a result after lots of rumors and denial about the way the car is developed by transferring its power to the road. AutoEdizione has been informed that the successor of the Alfa Romeo 159 will be a D-segment RWD saloon. The information we received some time ago from overseas about the plans for this D-segment and the development of a separate platform for this car appear to be true. AutoEdizione visited the technical development centre in Orbassano yesterday (specifically for the Lancia Flavia Convertible). A spokesperson who is part of the FGA-Chrysler project told us something interesting:
The new Giulia is part of a plan to return Alfa Romeo to the US, potentially its biggest market. Marchionne has already grown sales of the brand by 30% to around 130,000 thanks to the Mito and Giulietta models – but adding the Giulia and dealers in the US could realise the ultimate goal of 400,000 units per annum. It’ll be the first Alfa to be built in America, likely to be assembled alongside Chryslers.
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The engines will likely be various Multijet diesels and petrols, with a V6 as the top powertrain, which may be the only engine available in the US. Alfa have also confirmed a new 1.8 litre 300 PS (221 kW; 296 hp) engine, which may replace the Alfa Romeo V6, with production of this new engine starting in the next few years.
The 1750TBi will probably be used as well. In the 159, this engine produces 200 PS (147 kW; 197 hp), however the Giulietta QV (Quadrifoglio Verde (Green Cloverleaf)) version of this powertrain produces 235 PS (173 kW; 232 hp).
The Giulia will probably be available with a 6 speed manual, and the new AlfaTCT, twin clutch, 6 speed semi-automatic. There is still some uncertainty what platform the car will use, it can also be a RWD car.
The new Giulia is due in spring 2014 as a four-door first, as revealed in our artist’s impressions, but a five-door Sportwagon estate will follow soon after. And if our artist’s impressions are as accurate as we believe, it should be quite a looker.
Crisp styling lines dominate but a pleasing purity is being worked up at the Centro Style design studio in Italy. The Alfa shield grille dominates the front end and the stubby rear end is said to echo the ‘coda tronca’ of the 1960s racers.
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