Alfa Romeo Giulia enlisted in the police

L’Alfa Romeo Giulia joins the fleet of the State Police. 450 cars will be delivered by the end of the year to the General Prevention and Public Rescue Offices (UPGSP) throughout Italy.

After several years, therefore, a rear-wheel drive Alfa Romeo will officially return to wear the classic blue / white livery, with flashing lights and technological equipment of absolute importance.

Petrol

All Alfa Romeo Giulia destined for the State Police will be equipped with the 2.0 turbo petrol from 200 CV, combined with the ZF 8-speed automatic transmission and rear-wheel drive. Cavalry much more substantial than the previous Alphas enlisted in the police, such as the Giulietta or the 159.

No particular details have been revealed regarding the internal equipment of the new steering wheels, what is certain, however, is that obviously there will be the classic flashing lights on the roof (for some years equipped with LED), with night search light e ledwall rear traffic warning.

Inside, the rear seats should be, as usual, isolated from the front ones and the classic supports for the vanes and service weapons should not be missing. Exactly as happened to the Alfa Romeo Giulia supplied to the Carabinieri.

The Alfa Romeos in the police

The love between Alfa Romeo and the State Police was born in 1952 with the first Pantera, an Alfa 1900. Over the years more and more Alfa sedans have alternated the classic service suit, among them the famous Giulietta TI or, later, the Alfa 75.

In more recent times, they have traveled our different paths 159 in version both 1.9 JTDm, and, where required, 2.4 JTDm with all-wheel drive Q4.


Source: Motor1.com Italia – News by it.motor1.com.

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