Style and excellence are the key words that define Alfa Romeo as one of the most desired brands in Europe and why not in the entire world, although it is not quite suited for everyone. The Alfa Romeo Giulietta is one of the symbols of the Italian brand. Its history dates back to 1954 when it was first introduced as a coupe. Now, Alfa Romeo reveals an updated 2014 model of the Giulietta, featuring new style and engines.
The revised 2014 Alfa Romeo Giulietta will be officially presented at the Frankfurt Motor Show that is just around the corner. The supercar features an updated front grille, fog lights that have a chrome plated frame and a brand new set of alloy wheels coming in different sizes, 16, 17 and 18 inch. The cherry on top is inside the cabin, which is an Uconnect infotainment system with a 5 or 6.5 inch touchscreen display. And in the hope of pleasing more and more possible customers, the officials from Alfa have decided to add three new colours for the exterior, these being Bronze, Anodizzato Blue and Moonlight Pearl.
The Alfa Romeo Giulietta will receive a new engine configuration under the form of a 2.0-liter JTDM 2 engine that generates 150 HP (110 kW) and a maximum torque of 380 Nm (280 lb-ft). The Giulietta also suffers some modifications regarding some new storage and storage compartment , wrapped around seats with different trim, new elements for the door panels and also a new design in matter of steering wheel. Alfa Romeo Giulietta has a well established place in the tradition of the best Alfa Romeo models, drawing on its heritage of dynamic performance, without compromising on efficiency and convenience in everyday use. The secret behind this performance is continuous technological research, which finds its highest expression in the Giulietta.
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