Modern Day Alfa Romeo Giulia Dreamt Up

The Alfa Romeo Giulia was penciled originally in a manner that made it interesting for Europeans, especially for small families. Its early versions came during 1962-1972 and the second series followed during 1972-1978. A modern reinterpretation of The Alfa Romeo Giulia has been dreamt up by Dragos Prodan, and we think it's worth taking a look.

According to the Designer, the concept will be made of different light-weight materials. The roof and front portion of the car, along with the rear bumpers, are made of a polymer that has been reinforced with carbon fiber. Also, the other body parts will be made of aluminum, and windows will be manufactured in poly-carbonate as the Romanian designer envisions.

For a small, four-seat coupe with retro styling it manages to look aggressive and purposeful while being practical at the same time.

The Concept will equipped with an hybrid engine in order to reduce emissions with environment friendly intentions, though performance is also being taken into consideration. Thus, the Alfa Romeo Giulia Concept will be equipped with a 180 hp gasoline engine and 109 hp electric motor, powered by lithium-ion battery with a storage capacity of 30 kwh, as related by

The concept’s battery can be recharged with help of the engine or a charging station. Once full, the car can cover 30 miles (48 kilometers) on electric power alone.

The Alfa Romeo Giulia Concept promises quite a lot considering that future hold a great chance for eco-friendly cars. As most manufacturers are turning to eco-friendly engines, the Alfa Romeo Giulia concept could be well received in the future automotive market.
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