LOL. I'm sort of surprised it's not reduced to 'Quad'. We reduced everything to a single syllable.Outside the US, it is often Quadrifoglio Verde.
Alfa probably thinks that we in the US "can't handle the truth".
I just call mine a Quad....as far as the "correctness"....does it really matter??...some jokers call it a "Quattroformaggio"....but when they do...they have to scream really really loud as I am so far ahead of them...its kinda sad>LOL. I'm sort of surprised it's not reduced to 'Quad'. We reduced everything to a single syllable.
Thomas becomes Tom.
Lawrence becomes Lars.
William becomes Bill.
Richard becomes Dick.
Guinevere becomes Gwen.
Quadrifoglio Verde becomes Quad.
Frankly the packaging is more impressive than the wallet....style over substance:grin2:...thank God the car is not like that...You got me there!! Enjoy, in truth you did "ante up", you deserve it!
But the sad truth is, unless you are a car person, like all of us on here, the average Joe just assumes all Giulia's are the same. The tv ads they've been hit with since the Super Bowl ad blitz, don't explain the car is a special Quad version, it's just "Giulia". And a Ti with the 19" sports package doesn't look that much different from a Quad to someone who doesn't know to look for the air vents, quad exhaust, spoiler and clover leaf. We all know the difference, in looks and definitely in power. But I have been asked numerous times if my Ti is "one of those 500hp cars from the ads" Of course, I've also been asked a number of times who makes the car and when I saw Alfa Romeo, they say who makes those.Agreed. The ti folks need a bit more love