Its been all QV all the time since Alfa first showed the new Giulia at the end of June, that wont change until the 2016 Geneva Motor Show in March.
What we do know is that Giulias not wearing the cloverleaf will be available in either rear or all wheel drive layouts, with a choice of automatic and 6 speed manual gearboxes. We also have a fairly firm grasp on the engines Alfa is planning to offer, however until the details are confirmed that remains informed speculation.
Whatever Alfa ends up laying out in Geneva, its tied to an ethos that promises to be everything a German car is not. As Alfa Romeo CEO Harald Wester, said to AutoExpress:
"Premium brands offer the same thing. They are interchangeable. If you exaggerate, you could say they’re boring. New Alfa will put the driver back at the center. It’ll once again become the perfect fusion of man and machine. Putting the driver at centre stage means they’re at the heart of the brand,”
Alfa Romeo, the peoples choice?