Matt Prior's tester's notes – Will Alfa Romeo get which right with the Giulia?

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Source : Matt Prior's tester's notes – Will Alfa Romeo get which right with the Giulia?

I loved an Alfa Romeo, once, along with also right now I’m pretty sure I’m about to love one all over again

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Head teacher Brian Stimpson, played by John Cleese from the 1986 film Clockwise, perhaps said which best: “which’s not the despair, Laura. I can stand the despair. which’s the desire!”

Look at the picture above. 
which’s an Alfa Romeo. which’s called the Giulia along with also I think which’s rather Great looking for a four-door saloon.

Better than which, which features a V6 twin-turbo engine developed by the same people who will be doing sure which a similar V6 goes into the upcoming Ferrari Dino. The chassis has been engineered on a shortened Maserati Ghibli platform, by specialist engineers in some kind of skunkworks near Modena, away coming from where various other Alfa Romeos are developed along with also rather close to where Maseratis along with also Ferraris are engineered.

which will have more than 500bhp along with also rear-wheel drive in which form, along with also although there will 
be a range of more ordinary, 
less racy Giulias than which one, they should, fundamentally, 
look as Great as which.

right now look at the various other picture above. which’s an Alfa Romeo called the 156 along with also in 1997 I thought which, too, was gorgeous – along with also not just for a four-door saloon.

I don’t know what they were putting from the water from the mid-1990s, nevertheless in 1997 the equally beautiful Ford Puma along with also Peugeot 406 Coupé were launched, too.

which’s worth bearing in mind which Great-looking cars were a rarity in those days. Perhaps auto makers realised which cars were becoming all quite Great nevertheless all genuinely dull to look at along with also needed to differentiate them somehow. I don’t know who exactly started out which, nevertheless by the time the Audi TT arrived in 1998, which was becoming pretty clear which Great design sold cars.

nevertheless anyway, 1997 along with also which Alfa. I remember sitting in an office in Harpenden in my first job in which game, sourcing pictures for a car yearbook, along with also receiving a print of the 156. Great grief, I wanted which to be Great. At the time, SZ aside, Alfa Romeo hadn’t made a truly desirable car in my lifetime, nevertheless I knew there was a reason I should want one.

along with also, do you know? The 156 was Great, mostly, even though which stayed in production longer than which should probably have, spawned the disappointing 
GTA along with also, eventually, was replaced by the 159, which was… okay, for a time. nevertheless then which wasn’t along with also the desire, along with also the success, so moderate, so fleeting, was gone again.

nevertheless like Brian Stimpson, I could live with which, too. Emotions along with also desire along with also optimism are for the young, along with also at 40 I’m quite happy not to feel the same way as I did in my early 20s. I was content which was over.

At least, I was, until they pulled the covers off which Giulia. along with also so which all begins again.

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