That’s the official word from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Australia (FCAA) boss, Steve Zanlunghi, who told motoring.com.au that Aussie touring car racing could be a good way to promote Alfa’s blistering new 375kW Giulia QV sports sedan.
The phenomenon described above happens because not all dynos are built the same, which translates to some brands building “chassis dynos,” while others make “load dynos.” The former is known to offer higher figures than the previous, but this happens because the way they measure power is different.
But this is an all-new car. A fresh start? Nobody knows. Watch this space in a year or so, when we hope to have some long-term results to share. In the meantime, hurry out and lease a Giulia now before your left brain gets any ammunition that might help it talk you out of it.
The latter is faster, more powerful, cheaper and more comfortable than the prestigious car from Maserati. Despite their near similarities, it feels like the Giulia QV is a secret correction of the Ghibli done by Fiat-Chrysler.