Alfa Romeo Giulia Photos Leak Again. What Do You Think?

Mark Stevenson
by Mark Stevenson
alfa romeo giulia photos leak again what do you think

It looks like the cat’s out of the bag as shots of the Alfa Romeo Giulia, seemingly mostly screen captures from a video, have hit the web.

What do you think? More photos after the jump.

If sources are correct, a 510 hp version of the Giulia will be available from Day 1.

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  • Sam Hall Sam Hall on Jun 24, 2015

    Uh, it's ...nice. Seriously, this is either a Hyundai-level appropriation of last-generation styling cues from other luxury marques, or BMW sold the tooling for the E92 3-series to FCA. Alfa used to be known for leading-edge style. This is a letdown.

  • TonyJZX TonyJZX on Jun 24, 2015

    looks great except for the Edsel grille but FCA are gonna push that theme into the ground i personally do not know why people are so resentful... here's a reasonably priced mid sized RWD sporting sedan... isnt this what the enthusiast wants i'd say a dark colour like charcoal would suit as it hides the grille kinda want even with the BMW slash Mazda 6 cues

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