All those looking for aAlfa Romeo a little more practical thanAlfa Romeo Giulia they can opt for the Stelvio SUV and soon for two other models belonging to this segment. However, we would like to see the Milanese carmaker launch a vehicle on the market that would put even more pressure on German rivals.
An example would be the station wagon version of the Giulia. Such a car would directly collide with the BMW 3 Series Touring, Audi A4 Avant and Mercedes C-Class Wagon. Some markets around the world (e.g. in Europe) still appreciate station wagons, regardless of size. With the advent of SUVs, however, this segment could disappear entirely.
Alfa Romeo Giulia Wagon: a designer speculates in rendering the sw version
That said, the designer Sugarchow has created a beautiful digital project that shows us what theAlfa Romeo Giulia Wagon. Such a model would be ideal for all those who have a small family and would not want to give up the driving dynamics of a sports sedan like the Giulia that an SUV / crossover would not offer.
For example, it’s definitely more fun to drive a 3 Series Touring than an X3. The same thing can be said of the Giulia Wagon in comparison with the Stelvio as it would appreciate handling, maneuverability and stability superior to the detriment of less comfort and little space available.
Returning to the Sugarchow project, theAlfa Romeo Giulia Wagon it has a truly sporty character thanks to the sedan’s fluid and sculpted lines. This render is clearly based on the Quadrifoglio version, so in reality it would challenge the Audi RS4 Avant, the Mercedes-AMG C 63 Wagon and the BMW M3 Touring in the top-of-the-range version.
The Arese-based carmaker has had success with station wagons in the past. We remember the more recent 159 Sportwagon. Definitely, a sw version of theAlfa Romeo Giulia would make many Alfisti happy but unfortunately the Biscione is not going to build such a car at the moment.
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