Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio review - a truly great super saloon - Design
Alfa's first performance saloon in over a decade is a winner
Arguably the Giulia isn’t as outrageous or as pretty as Alfas should be. That’s not to say it isn’t a fine looking car, but it’s only recognisably an Alfa thanks to its huge heart-shaped grille rather than breaking the boundaries of design like Alfas used to.
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From the rear the quad exhausts, pronounced diffuser and carbon spoiler give the Giulia some real aggression. It’s so mean that it almost makes the front look a little weedy by comparison.
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