Emilia Auto first announced its plans to create an Alfa Romeo-inspired restomod last year. Now we are seeing the finalized design of the car, a gorgeous restomod based on the Alfa Romeo Giulia GT Coupe from the late 1960s and early 70s. Underneath the nostalgically stylish exterior beats a modern drivetrain of a Giulia Quadrifogli. Since the finalized concept unveiling, Emilia Auto reports it has already accepted several orders for this stunning Italian GT restomod.
The going price for an Emilia Auto build Alfa Romeo GT Restomod is over four-hundred thousand. For that kind of money, you get a classic-looking Alfa Romeo handcrafted for the modern world. Compared to an original Giulia coupe, the GT Restomod is 40mm longer. The wheelbase modification provides the necessary room for the engine’s intercoolers. Other changes to the bodywork include large air intakes at the front to aid engine and brake cooling. Inside, the modernized classic reboot features an 8.8-inch infotainment screen and the luxury of climate control.
In the same way as ordering off the menu or being measured for an outfit, Emilia Auto offers the luxury of a tailored-made vehicle to its customers. Each Alfa Romeo GT Restomod will be unique based on the owner’s specifications such as brake caliper color, preferred sound system, and material to upholster the dashboard. Clients can also request additional equipment like a backup camera.
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