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Alfa Romeo Giulia

This article is about the Giulia Sedan of the 1960s and dynamic with a drag coecient of C d=0.34,[4][5] which
1970s. For the Giulia coups of same era, see Alfa was particularly low for a saloon of the era.
Romeo 105/115 Series Coups. For the 2016 Giulia
range, see Alfa Romeo Giulia (952).
The Alfa Romeo Giulia (Type 105) is a sports sa-

1 Models
1.1 Giulia TI
Tipo 105.14 was the rst model introduced in 1962.
1,570 cc Alfa Romeo Twin Cam engine with single downdraft carburettor, 92 PS (68 kW; 91 hp) at 6500 rpm. The
TI nomenclature referred to a class of Italian saloon car
racing known as Turismo Internazionale, and had previously been applied to higher-performance versions of
the 1900 and Giulietta saloons in the 1950s. However,
for the Giulia saloon, the Ti was at rst the only version
available, and later, with the introduction of the TI Super and Super, the TI became the base version for the
1,600 cc engine class. Steering column gearchange (the
only one in the Giulia range) replaced with oor change
for 1964 (Tipo 105.08). Right hand drive available from
1964 with oor change only (Tipo 105.09). Brakes were
by drums all around at rst. Discs were introduced later,
rst at the front, and later all around. A brake servo was
not tted at rst, but was introduced in later cars. The
steering wheel featured the only horn ring ever in the Giulia range. The dashboard with a strip speedo is a notable
feature, as is the steering wheel with a horn ring. The
Giulia TI was phased out in 1968 and re-introduced as
the austerity model 1600 S (see below).

1969 Alfa Romeo Giulia Super Colli Giardiniera (station wagon).

loon which was produced by Italian car manufacturer


Alfa Romeo from 1962 to 1978. Alfa Romeo was one
of the rst manufacturers to put a powerful engine in a
light-weight car for mainstream production. The Giulia
weighed about 1,000 kilograms (2,205 lb). The car was
equipped with a light alloy twin overhead camshaft fourcylinder engine, similar to that of the earlier Giulietta
models range. Engine capacities oered were 1.3-litre
(1,290 cc) or 1.6-litre (1,570 cc). Various congurations
of carburetors and tuning produced power outputs from
about 80 to about 110 bhp (55 to 75 kW). Almost all
Giulias made had a 5-speed manual transmission. Giulias
were noted for their lively performance among sedans of
that era, especially considering the modest engine size.
The popular Super version with the twin carburettor 1.6
litre engine had a top speed of 170 km/h (106 mph). 0 to
100 km/h (62 mph) took about 12 seconds. This performance was better than many sports cars of the late 1960s
and early 1970s. When leaving the factory all variations of the Giulia originally tted either Pirelli Cinturato
165HR14 tyres (CA67) or Pirelli Cinturato 155HR15
tyres (CA67).

The styling was quite straight forward, but with a great


amount of detail. The engine bay, cabin and boot were all
square shaped. But the grill, the rooines and details on
the bonnet and boot made for an integrated design from
bumper to bumper. Thanks to Alfa Romeo using a wind Panther Alfa Giulia Super.
tunnel during its development, the Giulia was very aero1

1.2

1 MODELS

Giulia TI Super

included dual-circuit brakes, centre-mounted handbrake


lever to replace under-dash umbrella handle, larger external doorhandles, and top-hinged pedals (the latter in
left hand drive models only; right hand drive continued
with bottom-hinged pedals to the end of production). In
1972, Tipo 105.26 was rationalised into the Giulia 1.3 Giulia 1.6 range (see below).

Tipo 105.16 was a special racing model introduced in


1963. Quadrifoglio Verde (green four-leaf clover) stickers on the front wings were a distinguishing feature. Only
501 were made for homologation and today it is very
rare and desirable.[6] The 1,570 cc engine was tted with
two double-choke horizontal Weber 45DCOE carburettors for 112 PS (82 kW; 110 hp) at 6500 rpm. The body
was lightened and a oor gearchange was tted as standard, as were alloy wheels of very similar appearance to
the standard steel ones of the TI. The TIs instrument cluster with its strip speedometer was replaced with a threeinstrument binnacle comprising speedometer, tachometer
and a multi-gauge instrument (fuel, water temperature,
oil temperature and pressure) - these instruments were
similar to those tted to the contemporary Giulia Sprint
and Sprint Speciale coupes and Spider convertibles. The
steering wheel was a three-spoke item with centre hornpush, also similar to that of the more sporting models.
Braking was by discs all around, although the rst cars Giulia 1300 TI.
used drums (triple leading shoe on the front) and early
disc models lacked a servo which was introduced later.
The police cars seen in The Italian Job were of this type.

1.5 Giulia 1300 ti

1.3

Giulia 1300

Tipo 105.06 was an austerity model made from 1964 to


1970 with a 1,290 cc single-carburettor engine for 78 PS
(57 kW; 77 hp) at 6000 rpm. Four-speed gearbox with
oor change tted as standard (the 1300 was the only Giulia model not tted with a ve-speed gearbox). Though
the engine was given a 105 series type number, it was basically the engine from the 101 series Giulietta Ti. This
model appears not to have been exported to many markets
outside Italy, if at all. Braking was by discs all around,
without a servo at rst, later with a servo.

1.4

Giulia Super

Tipo 105.26 was introduced in 1965. It transferred the


technology from the racing TI Super to a road car, to
make the most successful Giulia saloon. 1,570 cc engine
with two double-choke Weber 40DCOE carburettors for
a milder, but torquier tune than the TI Super - 98 PS (72
kW; 97 hp) at 5500 rpm. New dashboard with two large
round instruments (speedo and tacho) and clock. Sportier
steering wheel with three aluminium spokes and centre
horn push, similar to that of the Ti Super, later changed
for one with the horn pushes in the spokes. All-around
disc brakes with servo were tted as standard from the
outset. The serpent crest of the Sforza family appears
in a badge on the C-pillar and is a distinguishing feature of the Super. For 1968, there was a suspension update, including revised geometry and a rear anti-roll bar.
The wheels were changed in size from 5J x 15 to 5J x
14, and tires from 155/15 to 165/14. For 1970, updates

Tipo 105.39 built from 1965 to 1972. Right hand drive


model replaced in 1970 by the 1300 Super (see below).
1,290 cc engine with single down-draft carburettor for 82
PS (60 kW; 81 hp) at 6000 rpm. Unlike the re-deployed
101-series Giulietta engine of the austerity-model 1300,
the 1300 ti motor was a 105 series engine, basically
that of the sportier GT1300 Junior coupe with dierent
camshaft timing (but the same camshafts) and induction
system. Five-speed gearbox. Three-spoke bakelite steering wheel with plastic horn push covering the centre and
spokes. Dashboard initially with strip speedo like that of
the TI. For 1968, updates included a dashboard based on
that of the Super, but with a simpler instrument binnacle, still featuring two large round instruments (speedo
and tacho) and a separate fuel gauge, and the same suspension, wheel and tire updates applied to the Giulia Super in the same year. For 1970, updates included dualcircuit brakes, centre handbrake, larger external doorhandles and top-hinged pedals (on left hand drive cars only),
again as applied to the Super for that year.

1.6 Giulia 1600 S


Tipo 105.85 was basically a Giulia TI re-introduced in
1968 as a lower-level model to come between the 1300
and 1300 ti on one hand, and the Super on the other. It
had a re-interpretation of the 1,570 cc single-carburettor
engine for 95 PS (70 kW; 94 hp) at 5500 rpm and similar
trim to the 1300 ti. Replaced in 1970 by the 1300 Super
(see below) which oered similar performance in a lower
tax bracket. The last cars from 1970 featured the tophinged pedals, centre handbrake and dual-circuit brakes

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as for the Super and 1300 ti.

Giulia Super 1300 (1970)


Giulia Nuova Super (1974)

1.7

Giulia 1300 Super

their Giulia Super predecessors and bore the same Tipo


numbers with an S sux. Production ceased in 1977.

Tipo 115.09 was introduced in 1970. It was basically a


1300 ti tted with the engine from the GT 1300 Junior
coupe that featured two double-choke horizontal carbu- 1.10.1 Giulia Nuova Super Diesel
rettors; the engine actually had the GT 1300 Junior type
number. This model was rationalised into the Giulia Su- A Nuova Super tted with a Perkins 1,760 cc diesel for 55
PS (40 kW; 54 hp) at 4000 rpm. The rms rst attempt
per 1.3 - Giulia Super 1.6 range in 1972.
at diesel power. The same Perkins diesel was used also in
Alfa Romeo F12 van. The diesel version was slow, 138
1.8 Giulia Super 1.3 and Giulia Super 1.6 km/h (86 mph), and the engine somehow unsuitable for
a sport sedan so it was not big seller, only around 6500
In 1972 a rationalisation of the Giulia range saw the Su- examples made in 1976.
per 1300 (Tipo 115.09) and the Super (Tipo 105.26) rereleased as the Super 1.3 and Super 1.6. The two models
featured the same equipment, interior and exterior trim, 2 Engines and performance
diering only in engine size (1,290 cc and 1,570 cc) and
nal drive ratio. The 1300 ti was dropped. A small Alfa Unless noted otherwise, DIN rated horsepower and
Romeo badge on the C-pillar is a distinguishing feature, torque is given.
as are hubcaps with exposed wheel nuts.
Notes

1.9

1600 Rallye

* SAE rated

In December 1972 Alfa-Romeo South Africa released


the 1600 Rallye. This locally developed more powerful 1600 cc version of the 1300 Super, using the 1300s 3 Giulia Spider, Sprint and Sprint
single-headlight body shell. The car was largely ready for
Speciale
competition and was only planned to be built in limited
numbers, and was tted with racing-style rear-view mirFurther information: Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Speciale
rors, rally lamps, fully adjustable seats, and a limited-slip
[7]
dierential. Claimed power was 125 hp (93 kW; 127
The Spider, Sprint and Sprint Speciale Giulias introduced
PS) SAE.[7]
together with the Giulia sedan in 1962 were rebadged and
updated versions of earlier Giulietta models (series 101),
1.10 Giulia Nuova Super
now with a 1.6 litre instead of a 1.3 litre engine. Easiest to
distinguish from a Giulietta is the Spider, which featured a
The Giulia Super range was re-released in 1974 as the bonnet bulge to clear the slightly taller engine. The Sprint
Nuova Super range, including the Giulia Nuova Super coupe was also available for a short time with the 1.3 litre
1300 and 1600 This and featured a new black plastic front engine as the Sprint 1300 - essentially a Giulietta Sprint
grille and a at boot (trunk) lid without the characteris- with a dierent name. Most models were discontinued in
tic centre spine. Otherwise the cars diered little from 1964. The Sprint Speciale continued until 1966.

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Spider

[8] Fusi (1978).

Spider

[9] Alfa Romeo Giulia 1300"". Quattroruote (road test)


(Editoriale Domus) (104). August 1964.

Sprint Speciale

EXTERNAL LINKS

[10] Alfa Romeo Giulia 1300 ti"". Quattroruote (road test)


(Editoriale Domus) (123): 100109. March 1966.

2015 name revival

[11] Alfa Romeo Giulia 1300 Super"". Quattroruote (road


test) (Editoriale Domus) (181): 8493. January 1971.

Main article: Alfa Romeo Giulia (952)

[12] Alfa Romeo Giulia T.I."". Quattroruote (road test) (Editoriale Domus) (80): 7283. August 1962.

A new compact executive car bearing the Giulia name [13] Alfa Romeo Giulia Super. Motor (road test). 9 July
was unveiled on 24 June 2015 at the Museo Storico Alfa
1966.
Romeo in Arese. The all-new Giulia is the rst product
of Alfa Romeos revival plan, which will see the brand [14] Alfa Romeo Giulia Super 1.6"". Quattroruote (road test)
(Editoriale Domus) (198): 108119. June 1972.
return to a rear wheel drive platform[15] with the option
of all wheel drive. The new model was shown in the high- [15] http://www.topgear.com/uk/car-news/
performance Quadrifoglio specication.
new-alfa-romeo-giulia-revealed-2015-06-24

See also
Alfa Romeo Sprint GT (Veloce)
Alfa Romeo Spider

7 References
Fusi, Luigi (1978). Alfa RomeoTutte le vetture dal
1910All cars from 1910 (3rd ed.). Milan: Emmeti Graca editrice.

Alfa Romeo Giulia TZ


Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Speciale
Alfa Romeo GTA
Alfa Romeo Montreal

Notes

[1] 1964 Alfa Romeo Giulia Super. hi.com. Archived from


the original on 24 July 2008. Retrieved 2008-09-05.
[2] 1964 Alfa Romeo Giulia 1300. carfolio.com. Archived
from the original on 27 September 2007. Retrieved 200709-05.
[3] Alfa Romeo Giulia. carsfromitaly.net. Archived from
the original on 27 September 2007. Retrieved 2007-0905.
[4] L'Alfa Romeo Giulia festeggia 50 anni. Il Sole 24 ore.
27 June 2012. Retrieved 9 July 2012.
[5] La nuova Alfa Romeo Giulia, ultima di una serie.
Panorama. 25 June 2012. Retrieved 10 July 2012.
[6] 1965 Alfa Romeo Giulia TI. sportscarmarket.com.
Archived from the original on 9 September 2007. Retrieved 2007-09-04.
[7] Wright, Cedric, ed. (December 1972). Alfa-Romeo
1600 Rallye and 1600 GT Coupe. CAR (South Africa).
Vol. 16 no. 11 (Cape Town, South Africa: Ramsay, Son
& Parker (Pty) Ltd.). p. 17.

8 External links
Motorbase: Alfa Romeo Giulia Ti/Super (1962
1972)
Motorbase: Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GT/Sprint
GT Veloce/GTC (19631968)
Motorbase: Alfa Romeo Giulia 1300/1300TI/1300
Super (19641972)
All models and series, provided with images and descriptions
Alfa Romeo Giulia at the Internet Movie Cars
Database

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