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An Alfa Romeo Giulia with bodywork family could reach Europe in 2017


Recreation of the family by X-Tomi Design Alfa Romeo Giulia

The launch of the Alfa Romeo Giulia has been a breath of fresh air for the Italian brand. It has begun with good levels of sales in Europe and soon will come to the United States. In our continent have been sold 5.150 units of the sedan in its first nine months. But it is expected that soon this model reaches a surprising annual fee between 75,000 and 100,000 units.

With such good expectations and a high potential there is some that arise if they could get other variants. Talk of a possible Alfa Romeo Giulia with bodywork family. It is the case of Felipe Muñoz, a market analyst Jato Dynamics, which left some interesting statements in a recent interview. “Without a family member not it will be competing in the largest portion of the segment of medium-sized premium vehicles”.

Alfa Romeo Giulia

According to Munoz, the family they represent 42% of sales of premium European medium-sized vehicles. If Alfa Romeo were limited to selling only saloon body would be only reaching 33%, a fee quite less. This opinion is shared in part by Sergio Marchionne, CEO of FCA, who said that the architecture of the Fiori had proven to be “everything we expected and more”.

Although there is still no official confirmation, this Alfa Romeo Giulia family could be presented through 2017. At the moment we will have to settle for the recreation that leads this news and that shows how the sportier version of all the Quadrifoglio Verdewould be. To see if in the coming months we will receive more information about this new family that does not paint anything wrong.

Source – Automotive News

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