As much as we’re all looking forward to the official launch of the Alfa Romeo Giulia, turns out that we’re going to have to wait a little more than originally expected. The automaker claims that because of some engineering issues that’s been affecting the production of the car, the market launch would be delayed by “a few weeks”.
There shouldn’t be that much of an issue, isn’t it? Well, not when they are true to what they’ve said (since they’ve also undergone some bad reputation for being allegedly reported that delays could go up to months). They seemed to be honest in their approach and wouldn’t want to be disappointing fans, so we’re hoping that it’s really just an engineering problem.
The top-spec Quadrifoglio was first unveiled at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show last September, and the standard versions of the car were displayed throughout the ongoing Geneva Motor Show. We’d like to keep you guys updated, so if there’s anything you wish to add about your thoughts, please feel free to do so in the comments section below.