The 2020 Alfa Romeo Giulia is a sedan, Giulia’s bestselling steel car in the sharp-edged sporting heritage of Italy. 2020 Giulia is one of our favorites for luxury entry and its driving character is the first reason to include it in our Editors’ list for the 2019 season. The 2.0-liter four-cylinder turbine cylinder that produces 280 horsepower provides speed and sounds fun to do. Eight-Speed automation is standard, as is the case behind the steering wheel, but all-wheel drive can be an option. The cupboard is well built and well-appointed, especially for the high-end model of the Alfa Romeo Giulia 2020 Ti Lusso and Alfa Romeo Giulia 2020 Ti Sport, touchscreen infotainment, available headlights, automatic climate control, leather height, and all-wheel-drive disposal button.
Alfa Romeo has adapted the 8.8-inch infotainment system in 2020 Alfa Romeo Giulia Stelvio SUV rendering with a single-screen display throughout the range. All models also receive a new 7.0-inch display between the speedometer and the tachometer in the gauge cluster. SiriusXM satellite radio is now standard and several connectivity features are available by 2020, including the 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot. Alfa performs automation emergency braking and front-end collision 2020 and adds a host of new driver assistance features such as options, including semi-autonomous driving mode. Internal cleanups include a redesigned center with plenty of storage space, wireless chargers, and feed sticks and extra dials.
2020 Alfa Romeo Giulia Interior
The Giulia interior features soft plastics, beautiful leather, or metallic or real wood. It is a beautifully decorated wardrobe, with a wide, wide dashboard, which acts as a ventilation visor to the infotainment screen integrated into the sun. The seats are comfortable and well-supported, especially for sport seats that can be selected. Carry your own rays of sunshine, though: Giulia’s sun visions are ridiculously small and don’t work when you’re driving in the sun. Giulia has managed to fit the five cases we hold within the trunk; its back seats folded, it managed to hold 14 party leaders. The Giulia and 2020 Giulia Ti models have a fold-able rear seat that easily folds to maximize load capacity.
2020 Alfa Romeo Giulia Engine
The Giulia’s 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder makes 280 horsepower, stops drunkenness, and sounds gutsy when pulled hard. Giulia moves from the stands with enthusiasm while singing ascending Italian arias. Our 5.7-second-zero-to-60-mph all-wheel-drive test time and the model’s all-wheel-drive model of 5.5 seconds put the Giulia motorcycle line at its fingertips for our speed test; the Audi A4 did it in 5.2 seconds and the BMW with a 330i cylinder took 5.4 seconds although both cars had less power than the Alpha.
Among its four-cylinder competitors, Giulia has the most competitive performance numbers in the EPA, just shy of leading the class. All models with all-wheel-drive see some shortcomings, but that’s common in this class. In our actual test of the highway, our Trans-wheel-drive test car almost delivered its EPA number with the 32nd result.
2020 Alfa Romeo Giulia Safety
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration does not release Giulia’s safety measure, but the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has worked wonderfully on the agency’s accident-testing booth. Unfortunately, the headliners at the helm got Poor, which cost Giulia the Top Safety Pick nomination. 2020 Alfa has introduced automatic emergency installations as standard in 2020, but the most advanced driver assistance technology is still an option. Important safety features include standard automatic emergency placement, pedestrian warning, and 2020 Alfa Romeo Giulia pedestrian maintenance and associated cruise control and semi-autonomous driving mode