For the Alfa Romeo fans, the new Giulietta is rumored to be emerging at the 2010 Geneva Auto Show in March, with sales beginning in the spring to major markets. Let's take a sneak peek at this exotic car.
Boasting an entirely new platform, the 2010 Giulietta has been revamped to appeal to even the most demanding of customers-so let's examine the specs.
It is reported that road grip, agility and safety are areas the new Alfa Romeo Giulietta has improved. Alfa DNA is the system developed to customize the behavior of the Giulietta according to various driving styles and road conditions, and has the capacity to adapt to the needs of individual drivers, creating a customized and comfortable luxury driving experience. Three new modes are available for the DNA system on the 2010 Giulietta-Dynamic, Normal and All Weather. These serve to modify the operating parameters of the engine, steering system, Q2 electronics differential and fine-tune the stability control system. But what lies beneath the hood is what gets us.
The Alfa Romeo Giulietta features four turbo engines, all Euro 5 compliant and fitted with standard Start&Stop system to reduce emissions and consumption levels. The engines include two gasoline engines (1.4 TB-120 horsepower MultiAir-170 horsepower), and two diesel engines (1.6 JTDM-105 horsepower and 2.0 JTDM-170 horsepower). To finish off, a 1750 TBi version produces 235 horsepower with an exclusive Quadrifoglio Verde configuration. Nice.
As far as aesthetics, the front of the exotic car seems to be a new take on the classic Alfa Romeo grille, suspended between two intakes. The sleek profile contours into an agile and impressive build, including side ribbing, very easy on the eyes. This could be an exciting addition to any fleet of exotic rental cars, and we like what is under the hood!