2019 Alfa Romeo Giulietta. The ambitious Alfa Romeo plan calls for the revival of large sedans and highly sought-after transitions in key markets such as the United States and China. The Milan-based car factory can not forget Europe, and it also works on replacing the compact Giulietta hatchback. A new report gives an insight into what to expect from it. Alfa Romeo coach Alberto Dellelo confirmed that the replacement model would sit on a slightly modified version of Giulia’s chassis. This chassis is designed to be a rear-wheel drive – often a reserve of sports and luxury cars – meaning that the new 2019 Alfa Romeo Giulietta can be a tougher challenge for German competitors.
In an attempt to replicate the success of the German competition, it is likely that the design replicas are seen on Giulia’s smaller package for 2019 Alfa Romeo Giulietta. This means that the front end must have an inverted triangle center grille for the brand surrounded by low air intake sockets. The slender headlamps and the swollen bonnet will complement the front appearance of the threat. It is likely that the back will see most of the changes that move from Giulia’s small salon body to the traditional hatchback style. This means shortening the back part and possibly more rear windshield.
The same slim rear lights featured on Giulia are please be fitted here with only minor modifications. As with the exterior, many of the ingredients are expected to be shared with the Giulia Salon to save development costs. We expect the same thin-rimmed steering wheel, analog scales any side of the color screen and display information and central entertainment of the feature in the 2019 Alfa Romeo Giulietta. Being based on the same platform, Giolita is inadvertently to lose a lot of rear head or leg room to the larger Giulia but the hatchback body and architecture Back-up architecture means the boot space may be smaller than some of its front-driven rivals. The quality of the material is still to be seen but must be exceptional for competing offers from Mercedes and Audi.
Alfa Romeo’s decision to use a replica of the rear-wheel-drive chassis from Giulia brings two distinct advantages – it allows the brand to save money on the development costs of the car and give it a unique selling point compared to competitors. The first BMW is the only hatchback that offers rear-wheel drive, but replacing it will move to the MINI front-wheel drive, giving Alpha the ability to be unique in this field, attracted by the company’s long history in sport Cars. Performance fans generally prefer a rear-wheel drive to get a more natural steering feeling, better front grip under acceleration and a sense of ‘rotation’ underneath the throttle.
The components are not confirmed but the range of turbo is expected to be powered by gasoline and diesel engines. The 1.4 liter gasoline can be used in the current Giulietta with a power output ranging from 120 to 170 hp. The most powerful variants can use turbo 1.75 liters of new 4C or 2.0 liters of Giulia with between 200 and 280 hp. Diesel can include 1.6 and 2.2 liter models with power from 120 to about 210 hp. The high-performance Quadrivoglio Verdi version is likely to join the band later offering about 300 hp and possibly four wheels to drive the rival Audi RS3 and Mercedes A45 AMG.
With a new platform we expect the 2019 Alfa Romeo Giulietta price to increase slightly – it can cost from £20,000 when it goes on sale. We expect to see early pictures towards the end of 2017 with the car actually hitting the road in 2018.