Introduced the highly updated sports sedan Alfa Romeo Guilia

Introduced the highly updated sports sedan Alfa Romeo Guilia

October 23, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

A new generation of Italian sports sedan has a more relaxed exterior. The author of this render is the Ukrainian designer Kostur Alexandr.

The most recent updates for the Italian Alfa Romeo Giulia were two special editions – the Racing Edition, which was shown in March this year, as well as the Nring Edition, presented a month later. Although these two performances have definitely added appeal to the sports sedan, the model has not changed much since its debut at the end of 2015.

 The new generation of the Giulia sedan may not appear in the next few years, but one designer decided to imagine what the successor to the Italian sportsman might look like.

Get to know the work of Ukrainian designer Kostur Alexandr, who believes that the appearance of the current Giulia is too sporty to be able to attract customers to the premium segment of mid-size cars in Europe, where the German Audi A6, BMW 5 Series and Mercedes-Benz E-Class are very popular. . Currently, the Giulia sedan is more likely to compete with the Audi A4, BMW 3 Series and Mercedes-Benz C-Class.

 So, an independent artist offers a “more restrained but more solid style” for an Italian car. We cannot but notice that the car on this render is very similar to the Alfa Romeo 166. The overall silhouette of the two cars is similar, and this is especially noticeable on the side profile and the rear. The shape of the taillights may differ, but just a little. Headlights, on the other hand, resemble those seen in Giulia’s predecessor, Model 159.

  In conclusion, I note that recently there have been rumors about the appearance of Giulia in the body of a Sportwagon (station wagon). In the recent past, the Italian brand had some of the most beautiful cars with a long roof.

Not so long ago, our publication wrote that Alfa Romeo demonstrated a prototype of the Montreal Vision GT. The Italian automaker, along with Luc Serafini, developed a prototype supercar based on a 1970s model.