In recent years the‘Alfa Romeo Giulia it was one of the most popular cars on the international automotive scene. The sedan released in 2015 has won several awards for its lines. In spring 2020 Alfa Romeo presented the GTA version with 540 hp.
Motori.news has also repeatedly shown the version ofAlfa Romeo Giulia worthy of the 70s. Thanks to the collaboration with the team Ebimotors and the new rib of the team dedicated to historic cars Ebimotors Classic, we showed the gorgeous 1971 Alfa Romeo Giulia GTAm yellow ocher driven by driver Walter Ben.
Now a new Giulia jumps to the headlines. Is called Totem GT Electric and it is the revival of the old Giulia GT of the 70s in an electric version, which now boasts mind-boggling numbers. The Totem GT Electric mounts a 518 hp engine powered by a 50.4 kWh battery which guarantees the car aautonomy of 400 km. The torque touches 940 Nm, while the shot from 0 to 100 is burned in 3.4 seconds.
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The car will be made in just 20 specimens which will be delivered in 2022 at a price of well 430 thousand euros.
The electric Alfa Romeo Giulia by Totem Automobiles is almost entirely made in carbon fiber. The forged wheels are 17-inch, Full LED lights with a design that respects the version of the last century. Even the interior they are inspired by the ancestor Giulia GT, with leather finishes, badges of the Casa del Biscione everywhere, a retro-style steering wheel and instrumentation worthy of its predecessor. The seats are sporty with a carbon shell.
The trim it includes 18 cm wide track widths, multilink suspension at the rear and McPherson at the front with aluminum rims and Bilstein shock absorbers with manual or electric adjustment (available as an option). Finally, there is a limited slip self-locking differential.
Finally, Totem Automobiles installed a system that reproduces the typical noise of a petrol car, complete with vibrations, sequential transmission and simulation of actual gear changes. In short, it will seem to catapult into the last century aboard a super sports car, but projected into the future.