Alfa Romeo, an Italian automaker, is working on an all-electric version its four-door Giulia sedan. Jean-Philippe Imparato was the CEO of the company and stated that the EV would be available for purchase sometime between 2024 and 2025. He also revealed that the car will be built using the STLA Large platform of Stellantis, its parent company.
The architecture was announced by the conglomerate this summer. It claimed that its cars could go from 0 to 60 in just two seconds and have a range of up 500 miles. Dodge, another automaker under the Stellantis umbrella will also use the platform to power the all-electric muscle car that it plans on debuting in 2024. Alfa Romeo may also offer a Quadrifoglio version of the Giulia. However, Imparato stated that this will depend on whether the car can achieve the performance associated with that moniker.
Alfa Romeo plans to expand its efforts in electric vehicles during the second half decade. In 2024, the first fully electric vehicle will be launched. A big launch is planned for 2025 and 2026. Alfa Romeo could also become a fully-electric vehicle in 2027. Auto Express has confirmed that this is a valid and financially sound plan. Alfa Romeo, the first Stellantis brand that can go fully electric in 2027 would be the first Stellantis to do so.