This historic Italian brand is 50 years old. It was back in June 1962, when it was presented, to be sold in more than one million copies which were discontinued in 1977.
An important birthday for a car history of the Italian country: the Alfa Romeo Giulia is 50 years old. In fact, it was June of 1962, when this car was presented to the international press at the Monza circuit, where began a major success. Produced until 1977, Julia sold a million copies, in all its variations and evolutions of the body motor.
Therefore, this historic saloon became a true icon of the Italian house, not only in Italy, but globally. The first model of Giulia, the version of TI (Turismo Internazionale), was fitted with the 1.6 engine from 92 hp, mated to a five-speed gear (a rarity at the time). Later was produced the super TI, Giulia 1,300, and the New Super Car, before going out of production in 1977.
|Engine: 1.3 L I4, 1.6 L I4, 1.8 L diesel I4||Length: 4,140 mm (163 in)|
|Production: 1962–1978||Width: 1,560 mm (61 in)|
|Horsepower: 92 hp||Height: 1,430 mm (56 in)|
|Body Style: 4-door sedan||Maximum Seating: 4|
|Top Speed: 60 mph||Wheelbase: 2,510 mm (99 in)|
|Transmission: 5 Speed Manual||Curb Wight: 978–1,130 kg (2,156–2,491 lb|
|Layout: FR layout||Predecessor: Alfa Romeo Giulietta|
|Production: 1962–1978||Successor: Alfa Romeo Giulietta (nuova)|