Alfa Romeo Giulia is a stylish Italian sports sedan built on a rear-drive platform and designed to tackle the market segment currently dominated by the premium European brands. Although the name Giulia (pronounced Julia) was around in the 1960s and early 1970s it didn’t re-emerge until 2015 when, to the delight of Alfistis everywhere, the company broke away from using the bland numeric names 156 and 159 and returned to such a distinctively Italian one. There are five models in the Giulia range: Ti, Veloce, Quadrifoglio, GTA and GTAm. There’s… Read more


The Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio or QF for short is one of the quickest and most desirable SUVs that money can buy. At one time it held the lap record for the Nurburgring in Germany and to this day still rates as one of the five fastest SUVs to lap the 20.8km circuit. Them’s bragging rights, but the bark from the twin-turbo V6, which exits the rear of the car via a set of four gaping tailpipes is enough to sell the car by itself. Stelvio QF is the Alfa… Read more


The number of sports sedans available to Aussie drivers continues to shrink. Ford and Holden’s offerings are no more and the Chrysler 300 is over and out too. That leaves the Germans, the Genesis G70 and maybe the Lexus IS350 F-Sport — and of course Alfa Romeo Giulia. Who could forget the Giulia, the car and platform with the very future of the storied brand riding on its elegant back. If there’s one thing the Italians know how to do and do well, it’s design and build great- looking cars… Read more