Alfa Romeo Giulia Concept

New Designers 17 Jul 2011
Alfa Romeo Giulia Concept

The Giulia Concept is a design study of a reinterpretation of the Alfa Romeo Giulia from the 1960s. The compact design expresses the brand’s values through a sculpted language. The author is Romanian Prodan Dragos.


Alfa Romeo Giulia Concept The Alfa Romeo Giulia Concept has a two-door, three box layout and thanks to the compact dimensions, it is primarily targeted to the European marker.

The car is a modern version of the 1963 Alfa Giulia. The main design elements that visually express the connection are located in the front end – with the circular lights and the vertical Alfa Romeo badge – and the rear end, with the volumes defined by rectangular-shaped elements.

In side view, the sporty character is expressed through the shoulder line, the character line and the lower sill line, which connect the front and rear sections and give the car a sculpted appearance with a mix rounded and sharp-contoured surfaces.

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Alfa Romeo Giulia Concept The visual center of gravity is very low – an effect that is achieved thanks to the large sills and – at the rear – to the position of the license plate, which is just above the tail pipe exhausts.

Among the original elements are the air intakes integrated in the base of the hood, the black pillars.

The sportiness is underline by the wide track and the large 20-inch wheels, a free interpretation of the five-circle Alfa Romeo pattern.

Alfa Romeo Giulia Concept Body exploded view Alfa Romeo Giulia Concept Powertrain

The hybrid powertrain combines a 180 hp gasoline engine with a 80 kW electric module integrated in the housing of the six-speed transmission and a Lithium-lon battery located underneath the rear seats.

About the Designer

Prodan Dragos is a design student from Iasi, Romania. He is currently attending the Master Degree in industrial design at the George Enescu University in lasi.

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  1. John Li
    17/7/2011

    do not want

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  2. Vipul Jadhav
    17/7/2011

    if it’s assembled frm junk parts job well done but otherwise it’s not at all appealing !! sheer waste . cud hav wrked more on the design..:(

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  3. Daniel Manyika
    17/7/2011

    looks cool on side profile and in black …..the front is too much i thought it would be simple since thats the future but yh not bad …

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  4. Daniel Soriano
    17/7/2011

    Too complex for an Alfa, and the side just doesn’t work. Great 3D model thought

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  5. Edmund Anyaehie
    17/7/2011

    Dont like

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  6. Michal Ciomek
    17/7/2011

    not a very succesfull Gulia depiction…

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  7. Edlir Habili
    17/7/2011

    Dislike

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  8. Chirag Majethia
    17/7/2011

    not so attractive…

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  9. Manni
    17/7/2011

    needed more work on the hood side and the details are also not very visible all over 2.5/5

  10. Mohamed Eissa
    17/7/2011

    Unlike all comments above, I think this is a very good try for a beginner, and really he has a good understanding and sense of 3D modeling. Just you need to get your mind free of complexity and always search for simple surfaces, and I’m sure you will find your own way.

    Best regards.

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