Alfa Romeo at the 2015 Frankfurt International Motor Show

Alfa Romeo is returning to the Frankfurt Motor Show with a totally renewed stand characterised by a striking appearance and an unquestionably premium appeal. Star of the area will be the new top-of-the range Giulia, sporting the legendary Quadrifoglio badge, which represents the new Alfa Romeo paradigm and is ultimate expression of 'la meccanica delle emozioni' concept.

The price of Giulia Quadrifoglio is revealed in Frankfurt for the first time. The sportier version dedicated to the first customers will be available for orders on the website on the days after the show for about 95,000 Euro in Italy. This version will be packed with the sportiest, most exclusive equipment available. It will be the lightest, best performing Giulia of all and will fit carbon ceramic brake discs and ultra-light carbon fibre sporty seats.

Spotlights will also be trained on the fascinating Alfa Romeo 4C, Coupé and Spider versions, the modern icon which represents the racing spirit inherent in Alfa Romeo's DNA: outstanding performance and engineering excellence for securing the best driving pleasure with stunning looks. By their side, a classic 1964 Giulia T.I. Super sporting the legendary green four-leaf clover emblem which since 1923 has identified the highest performing Alfa Romeo models.

Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio

Several examples of Alfa Romeo Giulia will be on show in Frankfurt, all sporting the Quadrifoglio badge to indicate their premium nature with five liveries – Competizione Red, Trofeo White, Vulcano Black, Vesuvio Grey and Montecarlo Blue – combined with leather and Alcantara interiors.

The cars on display are equipped with the powerful 510 HP six-cylinder 2.9 turbo petrol engine, inspired by Ferrari technology and expertise, which becomes the brand's new benchmark. With such a powerful engine, the Giulia Quadrifoglio ensures exhilarating performance levels: top speed of 307 km/h, it accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.9 seconds and delivers a peak torque of 600 Nm. Outstanding performance levels, in an environmentally-friendly way as ever: not by chance, Giulia ranks best in class also in terms of emission levels, with 198 grams of CO2 per kilometre. For the Giulia, Alfa Romeo engineers have focused particularly on safety features: the car is designed to brake from 100 km/h to 0 in less than 32 metres.

Premium features and equipment, even more enhanced in the exclusive version reserved for the first customers, packed with all the sportiest and best performing details available on the range. The lightest, sportiest Giulia with carbon ceramic brake discs and Sparco ultra-light carbon seats is perfect also on the racing track. This version will be the most evolved expression of the new Giulia Quadrifoglio and will be available for booking on the days after the Frankfurt Motor Show for about 95,000 Euro in Italy.

Sales of the new Giulia Quadrifoglio for a price of about 79,000 Euro in Italy will kick off during the last quarter of the year.