Widebody Giulia Quadrifoglio Rendered as Stunning Alfa Romeo Transformer Robot

When did you last look at the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio and considered it has too few exhaust pipes? How about its body kit - the curves of the Italian are anything but tame, right?
Alfa Romeo Giulia Q Widebody Render 1 photo
Photo: Khyzyl Saleem
Well, there's one digital artist out there who has interesting answers to questions such as the one above. His name is Khyzyl Saleem and he enjoys messing with hugely popular vehicles, be they fresh or retro, for the fun of it.

The young British artist was recently challenged by one of his friends, who is a car photographer, with the 502 hp Giulia Q being the focus and you are now looking at the result.

"My bro NotBland Photography sent me this image he shot of the new Alfa Romeo Guilia, asking me what i'd do with it. This is what I did with it. Haha," the pixel master explained on his Facebook page.

Now, before we leave you drool all over your smartphone's screen (if you've reached this point in the story, chances are you're not among those who find such renders offensive), there are a few ideas we need to drop.

In our book, the sweetest feature of this wider-than-life Alfa is the contrast between its tiny factory boot lid spoiler and its otherworldly arches - a wing would've turned this story into a nod to Alfa's DTM past.

And if we focus on the (345-section?) tires that fill the said arches, we can easily imagine the whole contraption as a transformer robot.

Since the Italian brand is now in the midst of a rebirth project, one that should help it re-conquer the US market, perhaps a Transformers take wouldn't hurt.

Or maybe we've stared at its machine gun-like exhaust tips for too long and we're now enjoying the effects of a collective hallucination. Guess we'll never know...
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About the author: Andrei Tutu
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In his quest to bring you the most impressive automotive creations, Andrei relies on learning as a superpower. There's quite a bit of room in the garage that is this aficionado's heart, so factory-condition classics and widebody contraptions with turbos poking through the hood can peacefully coexist.
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