Alfa Romeo Giulia

March 7th, 2013 | Comments Closed | Alfa Romeo

The Alfa Romeo Giulia is a sport sedan. Alfa was one of the first manufacturers to put a powerful engine in a light car of the current production. The Giulia weighed about 1,000 kg. The car was equipped with an engine light alloy DOHC four-cylinder , similar to the previous model range Giulietta. Displacement offered were 1.3-liter or 1.6 liter. Various configurations of carburetors and adjust power produced about 80 to about 110 hp. Almost all facts Giulia have a manual 5-speed transmission. Giulia were noted for their lively performance among sedans of the time, especially considering the small size of the engine. The super popular version with the twin carburetors 1.6 liter engine had a top speed of 170 km per hour. 0 to 100 KMH took about 12 seconds. This performance was better than many sports cars of the 1960s and early 1970s.

The style is simple enough, but with many details. The engine compartment , cabin and boot are square. However, the barbeque , roofs and details of the bonnet and trunk made ??for an integrated approach to bumper to bumper. It also has a private car with a low coefficient of friction for the moment. For example, the drag coefficient of the Giulia was lower than that of a Porsche 911 in the same period.

Alfa Romeo Engine 1570 cc Twin Cam single downdraft carburetor , 92 hp at 6500 rpm. The ” Ti ” nomenclature refers to a class of Italian saloon car racing known as ” international tourism” and has been applied to high performance versions of the Giulietta 1900 shows in the 1950s. However, for the Giulia sedan , Ti was initially the only version available , and later with the introduction of IT and superb Super , IT has become the basic version of the class of 1600 cc engine. Shift steering column replaced by a small change in 1964. Wheel available from 1964 with only floor change. Drum brakes were first. The discs were then introduced for the first at the front , and later around. A break booster was not equipped at first, but was introduced in the later cars. The steering wheel featured the only horn ring ever in the Giulia range. The dashboard with tape counter is an important feature , as is the steering wheel with the ring of the alarm. The Giulia TI was removed in 1968 and reintroduced as the austerity model 1600 S

Alfa Romeo Giulia Super 1.3 and Giulia Super 1.6: In 1972, a rationalization of the Giulia range saw the Super 1300 and Super re – released as the Super and Super 1.3 1.6. The two models are the same equipment, interior and exterior finishes , differing only in the size of the engine and final drive ratio. Ti 1300 was abandoned. A small Alfa Romeo badge on the C -pillar is a distinguishing feature , like hubcaps with exposed wheel nuts.

The beautiful Giulia range was relaunched in 1974 as the range superb Nuova. This dropped the Giulia name and introduced a new black plastic grille and a flat cap , without the function of the central column. Otherwise , the cars differ little from their Giulia Super predecessors and had the same number of floors and the suffix S. Production ceased in 1977.

Alfa Romeo Giulia Nuova Super equipped with a Perkins 1760 diesel 55 hp at 4000 rpm cc. The first attempt of the company held by the diesel. The same Perkins diesel is also used in Alfa Romeo F12 van. The diesel version was slow , 138 km per hour and the engine in some way unsuitable for a sports sedan if it was not a salesman, only about 6500 examples produced in 1976.

Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider

Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider Redesign

Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider Redesign

The Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint and Sprint special Giulia Spider introduced with the Giulia sedan in 1962 and were renamed versions of previous models Giulietta updated , now with a 1.6 liter instead of a 1.3 liter engine. Easier to distinguish from a Giulietta Spider which had a hood bulge to clear the slightly larger engine. Sprint coupe was also available for a short period with the 1.3 liter engine as the Sprint 1300 – essentially a Giulietta Sprint with a different name. Most models were discontinued in 1964. The Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint special continued until 1966.