The powerful Giulia Quadrifoglio and Stelvio Quadrifoglio of the Alfa Romeo are on the racetrack where they will measure the forces. On which model would you bet that it would reach faster than the goal?
Italian manufacturer Alfa Romeo returned to the big stage, it is already clear. The most powerful four-leaf designer models represent something really special when it comes to performance.
Italian “Motor 1” on the “line” has put both Quadrifoglio models. Both cars under the hood have a 2.9-liter V-engine with 510 horsepower and a maximum torque of 450 Nm combined with an eight-speed automatic transmission.
The main difference is in the way the force is transferred to the asphalt. Namely, while Giulia gets all the drive power on the rear two wheels, Stelvio features Q4 integral drive on all four wheels. Guilia’s advantage is that it weighs 150 pounds less than the Stelvio crossover.
It should be noted that the results are weaker because they drive at fairly low temperatures (about 0 degrees Celsius), and besides, the track is wet, which of course adds to the Giulia.