You know how the Italian company kept saying the lump doesn't have anything to do with Ferrari? Well, they have finally admitted to what everyone knew, and that is the fact that it came to life using the Prancing Horse's expertise. It has a similar output to the Competition version of the BMW M3, while the Mercedes-AMG C 63 is punchier.
The 2.9-liter V6 with forced induction produces 505 horsepower at 6,500 rpm, deploying it to the rear axle via the automatic transmission with eight gears. The output is identical to the 100th Anniversary Edition, which is more expensive than the normal Giulia Quadrifoglio. The latter starts at $81,375, excluding destination and dealer fees, and the former kicks off at $88,475 for the 2024 model year.
The sexy looks, proper firepower, and great driving dynamics make the Quadrifoglio variant of the Giulia a sought-after machine. Not only that, but it has remained popular with the rendering crowd over the years, too. Case in point, say hello to the latest one of its kind to feature a CGI twist.
Only instead of being imagined in a different body style, like a coupe, convertible, or station wagon to rival the likes of the BMW M4 Coupe, M4 Convertible, and M3 Touring, respectively, it graced the World Wide Web with a retro look. Inspired by some of the brand's past models, this Giulia Quadrifoglio retains the original red finish, albeit not all over, as the face was virtually painted yellow.
Do you notice other stuff that makes it stand out compared to the real thing? If you said the fender flares at the front and rear, the vented hood, and the tweaked side skirts, then you are correct. Sporting wide lips and a white finish, the retro wheelset is another highlight of this digital project, which also has some chassis upgrades as it rides closer to the asphalt.
It is worth noting that the renderings were based on the pre-facelifted iteration of the Giulia Quadrifoglio, which has aged very nicely. Now, it is obvious that this look is not for everyone, no matter how much they may be into Alfa Romeo's sports sedan, but it is interesting to see it dressed in different attire, isn't it?