The new Alfa Romeo Giulietta will be presented to the world at the forthcoming Geneva Motor Show (March 2010). Sales of the new model will start in spring and be gradually extended to all the major markets.
Giulietta will come with a number of 4 turbo engines, all Euro 5 and all equipped with Start & Stop system. Among them are two petrol (1.4 Turbo with 120 hp and 1.4 Turbo MultiAir, with 170 hp) and two are diesel (1.6 Multijet, 105 bhp and 2.0 Multijet, 170 HP). Exclusively on Quadrifoglio Verde version will be available a 1.8 Turbo with 235 hp.
The dimensions of the new model will be those of a compact: 4.35 meters long, 1.46 meters height, width of 1.80 meters and a wheelbase of 2.63 meters. Trunk capacity will have 350 liters.
The car will come with some of the newest systems in the safety area: VDC packages (Vehicle Dynamic Control) and DST (Dynamic Steering Torque) and Q2 electronic differential selector DNA released on Alfa Romeo MiTo model. The front headlamps implement LED technology and a Daytime Running Lights (DRL) function for maximum active safety.
Name of the car is a tribute to Giulietta model years 1950-1960. In addition, Alfa Romeo Giulietta is the car that will mark 100 years of the Italian brand.