We'll remind you the kit, which was designed by Kei Miura, requires quite a bit of commitment on the base vehicle owner's side, since installing it means cutting into the fenders of the car.
Fortunately, YasidDESIGN, who came up with this brilliant rendering, only had to play with some pixels. Since he was at it, the artist also gave the Giulia a coupe take.
Interestingly enough, the two-door theme might just be closer to reality than the envisioned bodykit. While Alfa Romeo has obviously noticed the fantastic public response to the launch of the rear-wheel-drive (or all-wheel-drive, if that's what you're looking for) sedan, they're waiting to see the results once owners start taking delivery of their vehicles.
Should things go down the positive route, a coupe version is in store - those who have kept an eye on Fiat Chrysler this year are well aware of the high chances.
With the Giulia's 7:39 time making it the fastest production sedan to have ever lapped the Green Hell, we can only imagine the changes the engineers will introduce for the coupe incarnation. Whether or not we'll eventually get a version battling the BMW M4 GTS for Nurburgring supermacy, this remains to be seen.
Then again, when a car is powered by a Ferrari-derived twin-turbo V6 churning out 505 hp, you expect chaos to continue throughout its life cycle.