How could you not stop and stare in front of a Giulia Quadrifoglio? Offering a whopping 510 hp, beautiful styling and great value (compared to its original sticker price), this car is finished in a jaw-dropping triple-coat “Rosso Competizione” and features Sparco carbon fiber shell-seats. No modifications, just a lot of “wraaap” and a 6-speed manual transmission. The beautifully curved and brutally powered Giulia Quadrifoglio is the most powerful sedan ever created by Alfa Romeo and, boy, it is fast!
Boasting a 510-hp, twin-turbo, Ferrari-derived “F154” (V8), 2.9-liter V6, this Giulia cranks 443 lb-ft of torque and spins the rear through a majestic short-lever 6-speed manual transmission with power-shifting mode. It means Bosch electronic systems allow the driver to climb up to the highest gears without having to lift the pedal from the metal while tiptoeing on the clutch, thus simplifying the rev-matching and cutting out the (inevitable) mangled gear changes! In terms of pace, dynamics and bestiality, this car was cheerished by Alfisti and called a “masterpiece” by Evo magazine, and that should be no surprise, given that its lead chassis engineer was Philippe Krief, who managed to carve to life the revolutionary Ferrari 458 Speciale!
This beautiful 2017 Giulia Quadrifoglio is offered for auction with the following optionals: Quadrifoglio pack (which includes carbon fiber exterior-mirrors, carbon-fibre V scudetto grille, dark Miron Badging, Quadrifoglio Carbon-fiber steering wheel, lane departure warning, adaptive cruise control, automatic high beam headlight control, infrared windshield, 19-inch dark 5-hole wheels, gloss red brake calipers with white script), carbon fiber-roof, hood, rear spoiler and active front splitter and a quad-exhaust, bi-xenon headlights, quad-exhaust outlet and a Quadrifoglio badge, Sparco carbon-fibre shell sport seats, leather and Alcantara upholstery, PZero Corsa Asimmetrico, new 245/35/ZR19 for the front and a stock pair of 285/30/ZR19 for the rear.
Finished in triple-coat Rosso Competizione, the paintwork shows no apparent scratch throughout, shining in all its reddish glory, like the dark teledial-style wheels, which didn’t need any refurbishment whatsoever. The seller notes that the car had its right rear wheel arch and rear bumper resprayed due to a minor damage to the body.
The carbon-fiber side skirts, front and rear spoilers are in excellent condition, like the bi-xenon headlights.
The interiors have been specified in black leather with Alcantara centre panels, as well as a flat-bottomed leather and Alcantara steering wheel with carbon-fibre inlay. In general, the material presents very well, with no scratches, cuts or damages to the seats and the carbon trims.
No electrical faults have been reported, given the low mileage of barely 24000 km, as displayed in the photo gallery.
Mechanically, the car received its first service (running-in oil and filter change) at 12000 km, and it still awaits its second one.
This Giulia was first registered in the Netherlands on May, 30th, 2017, then moved to Germany where it was purchased by its third and current owner, who sells it with its German documents and registration.
The purchase will include ownership documents, user manuals, service books but it will not include the cost of domestic registration in case of foreign buyers.