By now you’ve most certainly heard all about Italy’s M3 fighter, the Alfa Romeo Giulia QV. But if you’ve been living under a rock, here’s what you need to know – it’s a rear-wheel driven sports sedan, designed and engineered by a skunkworks team headed up by a Ferrari engineer, and powered by a 375kW (503Hp) twin turbo Ferrari-engineered V6. The 0-100km/h sprint is dealt with in a claimed 3.9 seconds, and the top speed is expected to be north of 280km/h.
It’s the Alfa Romeo renaissance, and it’s got a lot riding on it being a success. We know little else about it, but in this video, we get a good glimpse at what the Giulia QV can do under duress, as well as what the Ferrari-engineered V6 sounds like. In this video, Alfa Romeo test drivers put a camouflaged, pre-production test mule of the 1500Kg sports sedan through its paces at the Nurburgring Nordschleife circuit.
Sit back, turn the volume up, and enjoy.