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For two years, the Giulia (952) has been the alternative to the Mercedes C-Class, Audi A4 or BMW 3er from the Italian manufacturer Alfa Romeo. For Alfa, the engine range is unusually extensive, ranging from the 100 KW - 2,2 l diesel to the brutal 375 KW - 2.9 V6 QV AT8 with a Ferrari F154 engine. And we have just such a specimen on the timeline of the rim label Vossen Wheels discovered and of course the chic Giulia got a Schmiederadsatz missed by Vossen. The M-X1 rim was fitted in dark gray which sits perfectly in the wheel arch in combination with a lowered suspension. The dimensions are all around 19 × 9,5 inches and are visually as perfect size as we find.
But the other small details such as the carbon grille, the carbon mirror caps, the small winglets on the front bumper, the carbon rear spoiler or the sporty rear diffuser contribute to the individual appearance. Apart from the wheelset but we have no specific information known to the other modes so we leave you at this point with the pictures alone. 🙂 If we still get some details, there is of course an update for this report. You will be informed if yours is just ours Feed subscribe to. Have fun watching the pictures and stay true to us!
Jeff Padron's sick Alfa Romeo Giuila x All new Vossen Forged M-X1 @ Padrón Cigars | www.vossenforged.com
Posted by Vossen Wheels on Tuesday, 3. April 2018
(Photos: Vossen Wheels)
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19 Zöller and carbon details
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