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    Could be good for those who prefer a path less traveled.

    Alfa Romeo Giulia First Look Photo Gallery - Motor Trend

    And it looks real poised - and sounds great for a turbo - on the track (30 seconds into the embedded video).

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    It is handsome, but I expect something more daring, style-wise, from Alfa.
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    Is this rwd? Most Alfa sedans in the past 20 years have been fwd.
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    alfa romero M3
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    I'll take one in black.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Force McCocken View Post
    It is handsome, but I expect something more daring, style-wise, from Alfa.
    Third party affirmation:

    Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio Verde vs BMW M3 - Photo Comparisonbild-vergleich-bmw-m3-f80-alfa-romeo-giulia-2016-01-750x562.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard EVO View Post
    Is this rwd? Most Alfa sedans in the past 20 years have been fwd.
    Rear wheel and all wheel only w/ claimed 50/50 weight distribution.

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    What a times-Italians to copy German design But so did the Brits(Chinese) with their new Jag, so it looks like it is the norm now, not only Huynday/Kia privilege

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    M3 clone or not, it's beautiful!

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