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Alfa Romeo Giulia vs BMW M3: Who’s Boss?

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Everyone had been expecting something refreshing from Alfa Romeo, and they certainly did come out with one in the form of a Giulia Quadrifoglio Verde. And since it’s been deemed to have the BMW M3 as its biggest rival, let’s take a look at how these two differ from one another.

In terms of their styling cues, both cars have their own gorgeous, meticulous details but what really sets them apart in this category is little to none. The Alfa Romeo features some awesome aerodynamics at the front, carbon fibre splitter, while the M3’s whole roof is made out of carbon fibre too. The drama is astounding in both of these cars and nobody can deny that.

The Giulia’s exterior is as contemporary as it looks on the inside; some details would add some nostalgic elements while others bring things right up to date. But if you were to analyze everything the M3 has to offer from the inside, you most probably wouldn’t be leaving the car anytime soon. Everything in the latter is laid out carefully and strategically that there isn’t anything you’d want to alter in it.

But when it comes to the engines under the hood of these performance cars, you’d have to give the props to the Alfa Romeo here. With a 3.0-litre twin-turbo V6 that delivers 503 horsepower and its ability to reach 62mph from a standstill in just 3.9 seconds, it’s the car that’s going to knock the M3 down to the ground. The M3 would have to lose in this category for their twin-turbo six-cylinder unit does sound a little too flat.

And there you have it. A brief comparison to see how these two would stack up against the other. It’s a tough call for us, so we’d like your help in deciding which car should belong in the top spot. Help us out by sounding off in the comments section below!

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