Alfa Romeo has said that the car to replace the popular Giulia Quadrifoglio will be an electric vehicle. The timeline for this car is around 2025 and will boast of 1,000 HP and an all-electric range of 435 miles.
CEO Jean-Philippe Imparato has confirmed this move. The Guilia has been on sale since 2016. This sedan as well as the Stelvio SUV turned the tables around at the company. That said, time has now come to come out with the car’s next-generation. Last year, Alfa Romeo did facelift the car, but it’s not enough. Going all-electric seems like a wise move that will keep up with the times as well as open up the brand to a new segment of clients.
Powertrain of the Giulia EV
The all-electric sedan would be based on an 800V electrical architecture. Hence a 10-80 percent fast charge will be done in just 18 minutes. That said, there is no information on the battery size. However, we can estimate that it would be around 100 kWh unit for sure. This is due to the range mentioned before.
Alfa Romeo Stelvio EV
Meanwhile, the all-electric Stelvio will arrive after the Giulia EV. We can expect the car sometime in 2026. The Stelvio EV could come with a 300 mile range and Alfa Romeo could price it around US$ 60,000. The Stelvio EV will compete with the Porsche Macan EV.
Other EV launches at Alfa Romeo
The carmaker has already planned a few all-electric vehicles. The new electrified Alfa Romeos include a B-segment crossover which could be called as the Brennero, and a flagship EV sedan by 2027. The carmaker will offer the Brennero in both hybrid and ICE powertrains. It will sit below the Tonale and Stelvio. Meanwhile the flagship sedan will compete against Porsche Taycan and the Tesla Model S.
Source : InsideEVs