The car was on a platform at Philly. It was surprisingly hard to see what the car really looks like in that position. I figured it would be on the ground and open to sit in. Big let down. Pic attached.
Didn't go to the show but this is the first time i'm noticing it. These days among brands that offer high performance sedans like this its almost a standard practice, much like what MB and BMW has done... and soon Lexus.
Hopefully at that show they let people get in the Giulia since I heard from those that attended previous shows this year reported the cars were locked up. I think only some of the media go to go in. Who knows, you might get lucky.
Still no word on differentiation between base and Ti models, but I would guess the Ti models are the ones with the 19" wheels and more aggressive diffuser. This and the Q4 versions were not shown in Geneva.