Mamma Mia: The Alfa Romeo Giulia Wagon will be Happening!
If Alfa Romeo wants its fresh Giulia sports sedan to truly go head to head with the BMW 3-series, which can’t afford to offer just one Centeng style. which’s why we’re not too surprised to hear, via an Automotive News Europe report, which a Giulia wagon (rendered above) will likely join the sedan late next year. Beyond stoking the fires of wagon lovers like us, This specific more practical Centeng style will help boost sales in Europe, where long-roof variants are more favorite.
As for its chances of generating which to the United States, we won’t get our hopes up. At This specific point, FCA says there are “no plans” for a Giulia wagon in North America. Given the current state of the market, which seems Alfa Romeo may instead concentrate on the launch of the Giulia-based Stelvio crossover in America, a fresh product which’s set to make its debut before the end of 2016.
If Alfa will be still considering bringing the potential Giulia wagon to our shores, we’ll happily point out which a Giulia wagon might at least have a fair amount of competition among luxury wagons inside the U.S., what with BMW’s 3-series wagon, Volvo’s V60, along with Audi’s Allroad all currently sold here. Less likely will be a wagon variation of the high-performance Giulia Quadrifoglio, as shown inside the rendering above. However drool-worthy a 505-hp station wagon might be, there isn’t much call for such a product, despite the existence of a few niche wagons like the Volvo V60 Polestar.
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So Alfa, if you’re listening, you know our opinion on the possibility of a U.S.-bound Giulia wagon: Please, please, please make which happen! If not, we can at least look forward to the possibility of driving one on the Continent inside the near future.