Internal sources say that the document is good, although there may be changes between now and the actual launch of the model. In fact, the launch of the Giulia has already been delayed by a few months. So everything can change.
Three engines will make up the range. At the top, of course, we find the 2.9 twin-turbo V6 developed by Ferrari with two power outputs and three transmissions to choose from: 490 hp with automatic transmission, 500 hp with dual-clutch transmission and 500 hp with manual transmission.
In the more mundane range the 2.0-litre GME (for Global Medium Engine) will be the petrol engine and the 2.2 JTDM will be the diesel engine. The 2.0-litre GME will offer power outputs of 200bhp, 250bhp and 280bhp, while the 2.2 JTDM will be the entry-level model with outputs of 150bhp, 180bhp and 210bhp. There will also be three all-wheel drive versions: a 2.2 JTDM with 210 bhp and a 2.0 GME with 250 bhp and 280 bhp.