The Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio is certainly a stunning creation. We now have a glorious video of the car from a variety of angles. There are close up shots of the extendable front active aero splitter, the iconic triangular four-leaf clover emblem, the large black telephone-dial wheels and the huge rear diffuser with its quad tailpipes too. It’s definitely a great watch.

Now, just to recap, it just made its first public appearance in Frankfurt. It looks stunning on the outside, and on the inside, it’s pretty great too with leather and Alcantara combination bucket seats, plenty of carbon fibre around the centre console and a rotary controller for the Alfa’s DNA drive mode system.

The purists will love the six-speed manual that will be offered as standard. Powered by a turbocharged six-cylinder petrol engine that churns out 510 hp, the Quadrifoglio version you see here achieves the century sprint in only 3.9 seconds. While the official top speed is still unknown, it has lapped the Nurburgring in 7 minutes and 39 seconds.

Apart from the Quadrifoglio variant, the Giulia will be offered in more toned-down versions, as we reported earlier from spyshots of the regular model that was in the midst of undergoing testing.

GALLERY: Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio at Frankfurt 2015