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Giulia: Alfa Romeo’s new offering paraded

SHARE   |   Monday, 27 March 2017   |   By Kabelo Adamson
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Molapo Motors last weekend unveiled the last Alfa Romeo Giulia to members of the public at an event at Airport Junction shopping mall. The car was introduced to the media and other stakeholders in January. Brand Manager at Molapo Motors, Rudi van Dyk, said after introducing the car to stakeholders two months ago they wanted to give members of the public a feeling of the luxury vehicle which has a price a tag of P1 million. The Giulia’s parade on Saturday gave the public an opportunity to get close to the car, get inside and take a few pictures. While they appreciated its specifications, a few were turned off by the price tag though it is justifiable if one looks at its performance and all its other aspects. According to the car’s specifications, the Alfa Romeo Giulia’s lines are so exquisitely drawn that the attitude they project is simply second nature. These brilliant proportions are said to be based on something not readily apparent: the technical architecture of the whole car.


The Giulia is said to boast an unmistakable identity – beneath all its beauty, materials are carefully selected to obtain near-perfect weight distribution. The car’s specifications outlines that optimal power-to-weight ratio is achieved through extraordinary engine performance and ultra-light materials, including a carbon fiber driveshaft and the use of aluminum in its engine and suspension, which all translates to greater efficiency and driving dynamics destined to inspire awe. While car has been designed with the driver in mind, nonetheless, safety and comfort for all passengers have been considered, hence exquisite materials such as fine Italian leather and natural wood trims. Alfa Romeo prides itself with having taken a unique and innovative approach to designs; a point of convergence between design and passion, between love for the most cutting-edge technology and a strong instinct to inspire emotions.