Alfa Romeo Giulia: Electric performance sedan with 1,000 hp and 435 miles of range planned for 2025
Like most automakers around the world, the Italian car brand Alfa Romeo, which now belongs to the Netherland-based Stellantis group, is working diligently on its transition to electric vehicles. The manufacturer plans to exclusively sell battery-powered cars by 2027, which is why the company has now partially unveiled plans for the electric variant of the fancy Alfa Romeo Giulia and its flagship model called "Quadrifoglio"
The upcoming electric performance sedan, whose internal combustion model with 510 horsepower currently starts at £74,999 in the UK, will be equipped with a powerful drivetrain with up to 1,000 horsepower according to Alfa Romeo CEO Jean-Philippe Imparato. The sporty EV is scheduled to launch in 2025, and considering the enormous peak output, it is expected that the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio will feature an all-wheel drive system.
More modest buyers can also choose from two more affordable model variants of the electric Alfa Romeo Giulia. The base trim is rumored to sport 345 horsepower, while the middle child called the Alfa Romeo Giulia Veloce could deliver up to 790 electric horsepower. In terms of range, these electric performance sedans will apparently be able to travel up to 435 miles per charge. It is further expected that the EVs will be based on the parent company’s new 800-volt platform, and that the exterior could be reshaped into a fastback or even station wagon.