Alfa Romeo Giulia 2024: this will be the new saloon, already 100% electric

The creation of Stellantis and the new paradigm arrived with the fully electric mobility, Alfa Romeo is experiencing a new push in its offer, until now supported by the Giulia and, especially, with the Stelvio, plus a veteran Giulietta that said goodbye in favor of the future Tonales. Nevertheless, the next few years can be decisive in the future of the brand to give a complete face lift to the models offered.

What we have been telling you In recent months, Alfa Romeo has planned the arrival of a new SUV called Tonale, below the Stelvio. We will also see the emergence of a new Myth, based on the Peugeot 208, and a Alfa Romeo GTV as a coupe (and perhaps two-door) option for the Alfa Romeo Giulia that will also be completely renewed.

This new Alfa Romeo GTV is rumored to be a fully electric saloon, which gives more force to the voices that indicate that the next Alfa Romeo Giulia that will arrive in 2024 will be completely electric.

The Alfa Romeo GTV will be a coupe and electric saloon

Alfa Romeo Giulia, electric in 2024

If it is true that The next Alfa Romeo Giulia arrives in an all-electric versionIt is hoped that it will do so with the platform that the Stellantis group has dedicated to this purpose. Batteries of 101 and 118 kWh that will deliver about 800 kilometers of autonomy and space to house a distribution of electric motors that, according to the group, can make its sportiest vehicles accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in just over two seconds.

The platform is highly versatile and allows configurations in propulsion, front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive. What’s more, can accommodate motors between 150 kW and 330 kWThe latter being the ones that, obviously, can get the most performance out of the batteries. In the words of Jean-Philippe Imparato, CEO of Alfa Romeo, collected by colleagues from Auto Motor und Sport, the next Giulia will bet on dynamic sensations, a reduction in weight and the omission of artificial additions such as sound simulations of a combustion engine.

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