Alfa Romeo Giulia has come to the market to return to the brand the luster that had in other times. With this model, the signature of the biscione, expect to get the success that seems to to resist to it unfairly. For this reason, the Group Fiat Chrysler Automobile has established as a priority the rejuvenation of the range of vehicles of the brand, as well as to improve the image of the same before the public and their customers.
To give the first blow on the table, Alfa Romeo presented the most spicy of your Giulia; Giulia Quadrifoglio Verde. This special version features a block gasoline biturbo in configuration V6 2.9 liter in front and 510 hp with a maximum torque of 600 Nm 2.500 rpm. The block, designed by Ferrari, is made of aluminum and is coupled to an automatic transmission 8 speed. With these data in hand it is able to reach the 307 kilometers per hour of maximum speed and accelerate from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour in just 3.9 seconds.
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Before they came to the market the Alfa Romeo Giulia QV was put to the test in the mythical path of Nürburgring. In September last year, the QV managed to position itself as the berlina media faster in the green hell reaching 7:39 minutes in the clock. However, it came Porsche with your new Panamerand after putting it to the test managed to stop the clock in 7:38 minutes, only a tenth less than the sedan Italian.
however, Alfa Romeo has not run still and have returned to repeat the feat. In this case, the Guilia QV has given a new round at the Nürburgring and has managed to stop the clock in 7:32 minutes by retrieving the record that was achieved before it was wrested Porsche.
To achieve this feat the QV incorporates a calibration particularly in its automatic gearbox ZF 8-speed. This calibration mode RACE performs gear changes in just 150 milliseconds. in Addition, it incorporates a clutch lock-up that informs the driver of the recovery of the motor once the gear is engaged. To finish, depending on the position chosen on the selector, Alfa Romeo DNA, the new gearbox is capable of adapt to any condition of use.
Source – Alfa Romeo