Alfa Romeo Giulia Q Top Speed Test on Autobahn Leads to 182 MPH/293 KM/H Sprint

Alfa Romeo Giulia Q acceleration test on Autobahn 4 photos
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Noticed the little cloverleaf on the speedometer of the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio we have here? Good - the symbol means that, in theory, this Italian temptress can climb all the way to 191 mph (metric system fans should make that 307 km/h).
But what about the real world? Sure, the 502 hp (510 PS) Giulia Q can hit its official maximum velocity, but how do the on-the-road sprints look like?

We're here to answer such questions and we've brought along the video at the bottom of the page to help us in our quest to quench your thirst for such knowledge.

The clip sees the range-topping Giulia playing on the Autobahn. However, unlike yesterday's Giulia Q German highway episode, which saw the machine getting chased by an F10 BMW M5 (the current generation), the stunt we have here is all about what happens with the instrument clusters. And, this time around, we're talking about much greater speed values. not that the ones showed yesterday were too shy.

As you've already figured out from the title above, the driver doesn't get to verify the top velocity figure, but that's not an issue, especially since, as we already mentioned, we're more curious about how much time the super-sedan needs to get into the 180 mph range.

If, however, you're more curious about the handling of this Alfa Male machine, you need to look no further than the Giulia Q's Nurburgring record footage. The official clip showing the automatic gearbox Giulia lapping the Green Hell in 7:32 offers much more than a number - by the way, the manual needs seven extra seconds to complete the task.

To be more precise, the video allows us to see just how playful the Giulia Q is. And while some consider the tail-happy nature of the car a massive asset, others will label the beast as a handful. And that's OK.

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