The new car will sit on the STLA Large platform, which has elements from the Giorgio architecture. Being so driven to underpin Alfa’s best vehicles in the last decades, Giorgio lacked the flexibility of modern modular platforms. Sadly, that limited its use, restricting it to suit just a few other cars apart from the Giulia (the Stelvio, Jeep Grand Cherokee, and Maserati Grecale).
As you can see, Theottle worried about the aerodynamics of this new electric sedan. Like multiple EVs, the new Giulia would have flush door handles. Despite that, it would still have regular rear-view mirrors instead of cameras. The Tonale influence is evident on the front end, but especially in the rear, with the very characteristic tail lights.
The actual electric sedan from Alfa Romeo may look a lot different from these renderings. Despite that, it will be interesting to know how the Italian brand will deal with one of its most praised features its cars present in the electric era: the noise. Alfa Romeo cars are known for presenting musical engine notes. We suspect the company will follow what Dodge did with the Charger Daytona SRT Concept.