Didn't think so.
At this very moment the Alfa Romeo Giulia is arriving in dealerships across the US. Having spent a week recently driving the 505-hp Giulia QV, we can confidently say that this high-performance sedan is the real deal. So of course we'd like to see it minus two doors. We previously reported on this but according to an updated report from Car Advice, Alfa Romeo will reportedly reveal a coupe variant of the gorgeous Giulia next month at Geneva. What's more, it'll revive yet another classic Alfa Romeo name, Sprint.
A convertible version is also likely. For now, Alfa Romeo hasn't commented on what it'll be bringing to Geneva, but having a new coupe and convertible alongside the Giulia is a no brainer considering the competition. Audi, BMW, and Mercedes-Benz – all three offer mid-size sedans with coupe and convertible versions. And because it'd be a shame to see that Ferrari-derived twin-turbo 2.9-liter V6 not being further exploited for all of its awesomeness, a Sprint Quadrifoglio is highly probable as well. Think of Alfa Romeo Quadrifoglio, or QV, models as direct competitors to Audi RS, BMW M and Mercedes-AMG models.
Combined with the Stelvio and Stelvio QV crossover arriving in dealerships later this year, as well as the purist 4C Coupe and Spider, Alfa Romeo is finally receiving the modern lineup it rightfully deserves. Of course, driving enthusiasts will benefit the most. We'll be at Geneva next month to bring you all of the latest coverage.