Debatable Allocation of $330K on Coachbuilt Alfa Romeo Giulia

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By Car Brand Experts

To commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Giulia name, a company from Italy known as ErreErre Fuoriserie recently revealed a creation that pays homage to the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio. The stylish design is said to be inspired by the Tipo 105 from the ’60s, concealing a new Giulia Quadrifoglio beneath.

This results in excessively angular front and rear fascias, the most angular fenders, four circular headlights, and retro-looking wheels reminiscent of communion trays. All the new body panels are made of carbon fiber, reducing the weight by 440 pounds compared to the stock Giulia. While the carbon diffuser with mid-mounted exhausts may not be historically accurate, its visual appeal is undeniable.

This being a new car underneath, it appears to be more of a “retromod” rather than a traditional restomod, as indicated by the company. Nevertheless, apologies are in order for the quality of the provided photos.

Alfa Romeos have always possessed a touch of peculiarity (evident in models like the SZ), and this creation certainly falls within that category. While the front end seems cohesive, the overall design presents a clash between the Giulia’s curvaceous lines and ErreErre’s angular additions. The rear, with its small, upwards-tilted taillights, vaguely brings to mind the new Subaru WRX.

No changes have been made under the hood, meaning it still houses a 505-horsepower, 2.9-liter twin-turbo V6 engine.

Reportedly, the body kit is priced at approximately $250,000, excluding the cost of the base Alfa Giulia Quadrifoglio, which starts at $80,030 in the U.S. A sum exceeding $330,000 for a Giulia Quadrifoglio clad in a somewhat mismatched Tipo 105 attire. Surely, there are more extravagant ways to spend such a significant amount on automobiles, though none come to mind presently.

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