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2014 Alfa Giulia to four- and six-cylinder engines,

Rumors circulating around the auto industry indicate the overdue successor to the Alfa 159 will be powered by a wide of four- and six-cylinder engines.

The entry-level offering is expected to be a 1.8-liter four-cylinder that be equipped with direct injection and Fiat’s MultiAir valve timing technology, a that is already found the hood of the Dodge Dart as as many Alfa and Fiat

Next in the lineup will be an V6 mill developed by Fiat-Chrysler will have a displacement of 3.2 or 3.6 liters. The development of this is what pushed back the launch a second time to

Buyers in Europe are more to opt for the twin-turbocharged diesel-burning V6, an engine will very likely its way into to the engine bay of the upcoming Kubang SUV and the trident brand’s sedan.

Regardless of what is found under the hood will be asked to choose they want power to the rear wheels or to all four This will mark the time that Alfa a rear-wheel drive regular-production car it phased out the 75 (sold as the Milano in the States) in 1993.

What will it look

The Alfa Romeo 159 was given the axe in to free up production capacity in for the third-generation Fiat Panda. The was supposed to take the 159’s this year but Fiat Sergio Marchionne was not satisfied the car so he sent Alfa engineers and back to the drawing board.

The car’s new design has yet to be finalized and mules have not been yet so it is difficult to predict what to However, since Alfa is gunning for big names like BMW and Audi, the Giulia will wear a more premium-looking than its predecessor.

A roomy wagon version of the Giulia is to hit showrooms within a year of the launch. At the time of writing no body styles are planned.

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When can I buy it?

If everything goes as the Alfa Romeo Giulia make its European debut in It will be quickly sent to American shores to spearhead the much-awaited return and if sales are enough, Fiat claims U.S.-bound cars could be locally.

A two-door roadster inspired by the Duetto and co-developed by Mazda is to be released shortly after the sedan and be sold alongside of it in the States.

What’s in a name?

Romeo introduced the Giulia on June 27th, 1962, it launched the Giulia TI, a four-door equipped with a dual-overhead cam engine. Throughout the 1960s the appeared on many different ranging from the Bertone-designed Sprint GT and Giulia Sprint GTA to the Giulia SZ and Giulia Sprint models, just to name a

By the early 1970s a vast of the Giulia models had been out or renamed (the Giulia GT Veloce became known as the GTV) but the original Giulia was given a new plastic grille and on as the Giulia Nuova until

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