Alfa Romeo is developing a new Giulia coupé that features a Formula 1-style energy recovery system (ERS), according to Autocar.
AutoCar have produced a mockup of how they expect the Giulia Coupe to look, and whilst it is truly breathtaking, the rumored performance is even more staggering.
Two powertrains are said to be under development using the system. One is based on the 276bhp 2.0-litre turbo petrol engine used in the Giulia Veloce saloon. The other uses the 2.9-litre turbo petrol V6 of the Giulia Quadrifoglio.
The 2.0 version develops around 345bhp combined, and the 2.9 V6 a mighty 641bhp to create the most potent road- going Alfa Romeo yet, with an output only 20bhp short of the 661bhp Ferrari 488.
According to AutoCar The Giulia coupé could appear towards the end of this year and go on sale in 2019. You can see the full report here.
Whilst we haven’t heard anything here at Mangoletsi at this stage, this certainly looks like something we want to see!