Alfa Romeo Giulia Interior Packed with Carbon Fiber

Alfa Romeo Giulia Interior Packed with Carbon Fiber

The Alfa Romeo Giulia’s interior is exciting as its exterior, a new video reveals.

A video has surfaced piecing together numerous photos of the 2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia’s interior, showcasing plenty of carbon fiber and a stylish, minimalist design. The engine start button is conveniently located on the steering wheel rather than on the dash, while the back of the bucket seats boast a carbon fiber shell. Carbon fiber can also be found as trim on the top of the console as well as the shift knob.

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The red contrast stiching is also a nice, albeit subtle touch, while the air conditioner controls mimic what’s found in the current Alfa Romeo 4C. One thing’s evident with the overall design: Alfa Romeo wants to make sure that performance is the center of attention without all the bells and whistles you’d typically find in other luxury sedans. It’s simplistic in a good way and we look forward to getting more comfortable with the 510-hp sedan later this year when it makes its public auto show debut at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show in September.

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[Source: Alfa Romeo World]

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  • craigcole

    This looks pretty damn sweet!

  • Cobus Fenwick

    As long as it is faster than the GTR from Nissan because it is much prettier.

  • Daumus

    It’s not, nor is it meant to…

  • Cobus Fenwick

    Why is it not meant to be? They were always, untill the Gtr came and the Supra stopped production ’98.

  • Henry Blosse

    I was wondering the same thing.

  • David

    I know its a saloon, but nothing beats a Brera Prodrive for looks in their range over say last 10 years. IMHO