2024 Alfa Romeo Giulia EV Review

In 2024, the Alfa Romeo Giulia was a direct rival to some of the most popular cars in the U.S. market. Its five-passenger four-door rivals are the Audi A4, the BMW 3 Series, the Mercedes-Benz C-Class, and the Audi A4, to name just a few.

2024 alfa romeo giulia ev review
Alfa Romeo Giulia

In the face of this fierce competition, the Giulia has increased its high-performance handling, strong acceleration, and a cabin that reflects Italian heritage.

It has more horsepower than its competitors, and the Quadrifoglio ultra-performance version comes with an aluminum-all-alloy 2.9-liter twin-turbo V6 with an impressive 505 horsepower.

The Alfa Romeo Giulia is one of the slimmest vehicles in its class. It is 3 inches less than its predecessor, the 3 Series, and 5 inches shorter than the A4. In conjunction with its rear-wheel drive design, the Giulia does not have the space inside that some competitors offer.

However, the Giulia performs well for long drives with four people on board. It also offers greater driving pleasure than some of its rivals.

If you’re looking for a more comfortable ride, look into the C-Class as it’s more athletic than the old C-Classes; however, it’s somewhat less comfortable than Giulia.

What’s new for 2024? Alfa Romeo Giulia EV?

  • A crossover made by Jeep that is situated underneath the Stelvio
  • The same powertrain is used in Giulia’s. Giulia sedan
  • FWD is the default model, and AWD is an upgrade
  • The first Tonale generation will be launched in 2024.

What is the cost of an Alfa Romeo Giulia?

It is worth noting that the Alfa Romeo Giulia has an RRP range from PS40,830 up to PS46,199.

But, on Carwow, prices for a brand-new Alfa Romeo Giulia start at PS36,363 when paying cash, or PS446 when you pay monthly, saving an average of PS2,590. The cost of a used Alfa Romeo Giulia car begins at around PS15,200.

Features and design from 2024 Alfa Romeo Giulia EV

According to Tonale, an Italian brand, Tonale was created in accordance with its La Belleza (Necessary Beauty) style philosophy. It is extremely slim in appearance and is designed to “look like it is driving.”


Like all Alfa Romeos that anyone could recall, the Tonale’s distinctive grille’s design- an inverted triangle with round corners distinguishes it from the mass of SUVs plowing through post-pandemic traffic.

BMW features a similar style, using a twin-kidney grille.

But, Alfa can include attractive wheel options as well as distinctive tail lamps. The overall aesthetic resembles Alfa’s existing rear-wheel-drive-based Giulia and Stelvio models, particularly from the front or three-quarter rear angles.

On the other hand, one can see it appears that the Tonale has a more forward-looking cab that belies its front-wheel drive structure.


Inside, the Tonale is professional-looking, and the first pictures of the interior are boring black.

The interior is more vibrant when looking at the gorgeous Red leather interior (shown below) available only in Alfas, which is equipped with white, red, and black exteriors. It’s likely to be available on at the very least one new model’s various trim levels.

As with other vehicles, part of Stellantis’ ownership of Stellantis is in America. includes Alfa Romeo, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Jeep, and Maserati along with Ram-the Tonale will be fitted with the Uconnect information system that has a 10.25-inch center screen and a 12.3-inch instrument screen, which sits located in the rear of the car.

UConnect’s most recent version, UConnect, UConnect 5, can connect Android Auto wirelessly, Apple CarPlay mobile phone charging wirelessly, and Amazon’s built-in voice Alexa virtual assistant.

We’ve found this UConnect device to be among the most user-friendly and we’d like to see it remain this as it is.

Other controls inside the interior are pretty normal, with the physical switch and toggle to control the climate control and an ordinary gear lever in the center console.

With a 178-inch length, the Tonale is about the size of an Audi Q3. There’s no information about the cargo space available within the Tonale and whether the hybrid model has more or less storage space behind the rear seats.

2024 Alfa Romeo Giulia EV Trims & Features

2024 alfa romeo giulia ev trims & features
2024 Alfa Romeo Giulia

In 2024, Alfa Romeo Giulia ev has several trims to choose from: Sport, Ti, Ti Sport Ti, Ti Sport, Ti Lusso, and Ti Lusso.

Within the car, you’ll receive a larger, larger infotainment monitor and an instrument cluster that is digital. The previous model had an unimpressive 8.8-inch screen that was located on the dashboard.

The steering wheel houses various digital controls that make it easy to modify the settings. Stop-start buttons make entering the car an easy process.

ENGINE1469cc, four-cylinder hybrid turbocharged
TRANSMISSIONSeven-speed twin-clutch auto, front-wheel drive
Power158 hp @ 5750 rpm
Torque176 lb-ft @ 1500 RPM
1-62 MPH8.8 seconds
WEIGHT3365 lbs

Safety and Driver-Assistance features

Alfa includes a variety of driver assistance features in its standard package however, those who want more advanced semi-autonomous technologies will need an additional package.

For more details about Giulia’s crash test results, check out the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration ( NHTSA) and Insurance Institute for Highway Safety ( IIHS) websites. The most important safety features are:

  • Automatic emergency brake
  • Standard warning about lane departure
  • Advanced cruise control for standard

The technology of the 2024 Alfa Romeo Giulia

What’s the technology? The Giulia’s tech does not match what top brands offer. Voice controls specifically are a major lapse in comparison to the more robust Audi, BMW, and Mercedes systems.

The system seems to support natural language recognition, but you use a word it can’t comprehend and displays a well-organized menu. Navigation input is difficult and the point-of-interest search seldom performs.

While there are many ports and pads for charging your devices, phone connectivity is a mess.

Bluetooth isn’t fast enough to connect, so if there is an audio show at a high volume after you shut off the car and restart it, the radio will blow you away.

There are some points of interest. Its Harman Kardon audio system sounds sharp and powerful and the driver security aids, although a bit too sensitive, perform very well overall.

2024 Alfa Romeo Giulia Storage

What’s the storage capacity? Utility takes a place in the background of performance however, the Giulia isn’t just a simple car for the weekend.

Its trunk is 13.4 cubic feet of space, has greater storage capacity than many competitors, and has plenty of storage space within the car to store everything you need to carry around.

A variety of pockets and cubbies although tiny, are scattered throughout the interior of the car.

The negatives are mainly related to execution. Although the trunk is huge it’s top-most edge is vertically aligned with the bottom edge.

This means you can’t put things into the trunk as much as you bend and insert them, as you would with an oven. Place anything as far forward as the back seatbacks and then get into the trunk in order to get it out.

Although anchors for car seats are easily accessible, the narrow door openings and narrow rear spaces will require you to move the seats in front in order to make a child’s seat suitable.

Alfa Romeo Giulia Fuel Economy

How is the fuel economy? The all-wheel-drive Giulia has an estimated EPA fuel consumption of 26 mpg combined (23 urban/31 highway). This is standard for a compact luxury sedan that has an engine that is turbocharged and all-wheel drive.

However, when you think about its superior acceleration, the Giulia sparkles a bit more vibrant.

But, it only earned 25.9 mpg over our 115-mile assessment route. usually, we find results that are between the highway and combined figures. For instance, a BMW 330i drive along this road averaged 31.3 miles per gallon.

2024 Alfa Romeo Giulia Engine and Performance

Its 2024 Alfa Romeo Giulia has one of the strongest base engines of its class. Its 2.0-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder motor is a beast, producing 300 horsepower and 280 pound-feet of torque. It’s paired with an automatic transmission that has eight speeds.

The rear-wheel drive option is the most common model, but all Giulia trims, except the Quadrifoglio, come with an optional all-wheel drive.

The Quadrifoglio is equipped with the 2.9-liter twin-turbo V6 engine that produces the impressive figure of 505 horsepower and 443 lb-ft maximum torque. It is equipped with an eight-speed auto with rear-wheel drive being the sole one that is available.

If you choose the 2.0-liter engine those with lower Giulia trims can go from 0 to 60 miles per hour within 5.1 seconds, as per Alfa’s tests.

It’s fast enough to satisfy the majority of sports sedan buyers however Alfa Romeo estimates the Quadrifoglio can complete the same race in only 3.8 seconds. The top speed it can achieve at the track tops the speed of 190 miles per hour.

Even the basic Sprint trim is enjoyable to drive. All Giulias come with the DNA drive-mode selector, which offers Dynamic Natural and advanced efficiency modes.

Although their purpose isn’t immediately evident, each modifies the car’s engine management, transmission, and steering response to serve its specific purpose.

As one progresses through to higher trims, the technology becomes more advanced, and the speed of the car increases.

The adaptive suspension in the Estrema and Quadrifoglio performs a fantastic job of combining precise handling and high-quality ride.

The Quadrifoglio also has an adjustable rear differential that can be torque-vectored and an active front splitter constructed from carbon fiber.

The brake calipers are anodized and have red Alfa Romeo script visible through the 19-inch alloy wheels with five holes.

All Giulias are enjoyable to drive. The Quadrifoglio raises the bar to a heightened degree.

Why do you think Green Car Guide testing an athletic Alfa Romeo? Due to the constant anti-diesel propaganda within the mainstream media, many automobile buyers are considering gasoline cars instead of diesel cars.

This Alfa Romeo Giulia delivers 138g/km CO2 emissions and a company car tax benefit in kind of 24 percent Both of these figures are quite reasonable.

The Alfa Romeo Giulia meets many of our requirements: it has rear-wheel drive and delivers an easy, agile, enjoyable, and sporty driving experience. It’s capable of getting driving at speeds of more than 40mpg and more than 50mpg when it is driven with care.

It’s also beautiful on the exterior and the interior is generally comfortable to manage.

There are some issues, like the absence of an automatic handbrake release, the difficulty in inputting addresses in the satellite navigation system, and the large-sized gear paddles.

However, what we think is needed more than anything is a body design alternative other than an SUV with an apron since it implies that rivals have more convenience.

What it does offer that the Alfa Romeo Giulia will be known for is its ability to come close to offering a pleasurable driving experience reminiscent of the Mazda MX-5 but in an upscale saloon with five seats.

This is a huge compliment because it is why the Alfa Romeo Giulia is awarded with a Green Car Guide rating of 9/10.