Alfa Giulia Frankfurt ex 1

The Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio has made its first public appearance at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show, and what a stunner it has turned out to be in the flesh, folks! The latest hi-po sedan from the Italian carmaker was revealed in June this year but since then, fans of the car have had to make do with just stock photos and videos of the Giulia. Until now, that is.

We’ve managed to put together a complete gallery of the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio for your viewing pleasure and by ‘complete’, we mean shots of the interior, as well. Prior to this, the only visual evidence of the Giulia’s cabin was a sole image that found its way online.

So while you may have already familiarised yourself with the exterior of the car, the cabin of the Giulia Quadrofoglio is definitely the talk of the town at the moment. Inside, the car is equipped with leather and Alcantara combination bucket seats while plenty of carbon-fibre is to be found adorning the centre console and tunnel. Elsewhere, a leather-wrapped three-spoke steering wheel with a bright red starter button greets the driver.

Also, the central tunnel appears to house what looks like an Audi MMI-like rotary controller along with an auxiliary unit that allows drivers to tweak the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio’s DNA drive mode system. Good news for drivers who love to swap cogs themselves as a shifter for the traditional six-speed manual gearbox is to be found just fore of the aforementioned rotary control knobs.

The Giulia Quadrifoglio is powered by a turbocharged six-cylinder petrol engine that pumps out a total of 510 hp. While the exact top speed of the car is still unknown, the car rockets from rest to 100 km/h in only 3.9 seconds. Further cementing its reputation as a BMW M4-beater is that fact that the marque has claimed that its latest performance sedan has beaten said German rival on the Nurburgring, recording a lap time of 7:39.

Aside from the Quadrifoglio variant, the Giulia will also be offered in more civilian trims in the near future – spyshots of the regular model undergoing testing have already emerged. A six-speed manual is expected to be offered as standard on the regular model while a dual-clutch transmission should be a cost option.