2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia is now available in the United States image

The cheapest Alfa Romeo Giulia money can buy if you live in the United States will be starting at $38, 990, but if you want to go all out and get the Nurburgring-record holder Quadrifoglio you’ll need to shell out at least $73,595.

Alfa Romeo is kind of an overdue automaker on the US market – but its revival might very well get kickstarted with the arrival of the Giulia sedan – the Italian four-door will be as cheap as $38,990 (after $995 destination). The TI (Turismo Internazionale) is immediately next at $40,990, and both trims will arrive in showrooms next month. From there on, there’s a sizeable list of options – Q4 all-wheel-drive system for $2,000, for example – and buyers can top out at the QV which kicks off from $73,595 (after $1,595 destination), which is becoming available this month.

The regular and TI Giulia share a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder with 280 horsepower (209 kilowatts) and 306 pound-feet (415 Newton-meters) of torque taking them to 60 miles per hour (97 kilometers per hour) in 5.1 seconds. The Quadrifoglio has the Maserati/Ferrari derived 505-hp (377-kW) 2.9-liter biturbo V6 nailing the sprint in just 3.8 seconds. Standard features include 6.5-inch infotainment system, a leather interior, 10-way power seats, and bi-xenon headlights. A Sport Exterior Package will deliver more dynamic looks for $1,250, while the TI can be spiced with wood interior trim, heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, and an 8.8-inch infotainment system. A Performance Package is also on the menu, and the Ti can also get the Sport or Luxury pack for a QV or luxury sedan look, both costing the same – $2,250.