In the end, you'll have to pay €87,000 at your dealership to get your hands on the Italian company's premium D-segment sedan in its 510 horsepower version, aligning it with the BMW M3 almost to the millimetre.
The "Performance Edition" version will go, as we predicted, up to €100,000. As extras, this one incorporates carbon ceramic brakes, carbon fiber hood and roof, Harman Kardon audio system and 8.8-inch navigator, three-layer paint, Sparco seats with carbon fiber structure and touches in the cabin of real carbon fiber and alcantara.
All these options can be added independently to the "conventional" Quadrifoglio, but the Performance Edition offers them together for a lower price than the sum of their independent prices. Moreover, it is the Quadrifoglio Performance Edition that now holds the record in its category on the Nordschleife.
The car can be ordered from next week at official dealerships, where it can be configured to taste and give the payment. From what we've been able to find out, if you're really convinced to buy it, we're already accepting pre-orders or expressions of interest before next Monday arrives. The initial demand and the interest raised suggest that a waiting list will be generated quickly, from what we have been told by several dealers.
We, if all goes well, will be able to test drive the Giulia Quadrifoglio before the end of the year, to tell you if it's as good as it looks and promises to be.
On the other hand, if you're thinking about the "access" versions, we'll tell you that they should be available by the middle of next year. We expect variants with power ratings of 150, 200 and 300 hp in petrol and diesel, with prices starting at around 35,000 euros. An entry-level version of the range below 150 hp could be possible, but in the medium term, and with a saving that would not be in any case significant compared to the 150 hp.