In its segment, the Giulia QV is the most exciting, the fastest around a track
, arguably the better driver’s car, and the sports sedan with the highest cool factor, but it’s the car’s Italian flair that makes it most appealing. The noise, style, its quirks, and its character all have the charisma a Ferrari buyer looks for although toned down to keep it at a reasonable cost. The Giulia QV could have turned out a million ways, a good-looking car but a mediocre performer, an acceptable but non-standout sports sedan, or an above average underdog that surprises the competition with a sucker punch. We’re happy FCA turned up with the latter option, the only issue is that now we feel the urge to scrounge up $80,000. Donations, anyone?