Since the beginning of civilisation, designers have turned to nature and human anatomy for technical and structural inspiration. The world’s most celebrated architectural
feats manage to find the right balance between both human and structural necessities. The Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio is the exquisite product of this higher design philosophy.
More than just the best power-to-weight ratio in its class – the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio is a study in how to use that power. Its ideal 50:50 weight distribution creates optimal balance and showcases the advantage of a rear-wheel-drive system in a front-engined vehicle. By pairing rear–wheel drive with the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio’s front– mounted, all–aluminium 6–cylinder engine, the Alfa Romeo engineering team have been able to carefully distribute weight throughout the chassis. A body in high–strength steel, wings and doors in aluminium, a carbon fibre bonnet and roof, and aerodynamic body and driveshaft all work in conjunction with an all–aluminium suspension to create a perfect motoring balance.
Alfa™ Chassis Domain Control (CDC)
The Giulia Quadrifoglio features a “brain” dedicated to vehicle dynamics, a class-exclusive control unit actively coordinating all chassis related dynamic systems. The Alfa™ Chassis Domain Control (CDC) integrates Alfa™ DNA Pro, Alfa™ Active Torque Vectoring, Alfa™ Active Aero Splitter, the Integrated Brake System (IBS) and Alfa™ Active Suspension. The Alfa™ Chassis Domain Control (CDC) assigns specific tasks to each one of these devices, so there is always optimal performance and driving pleasure. Pure genius.