Overview of 2020 Alfa Romeo GTV
It’s been 14 years since an Alfa Romeo GTV has carried this name, but 2020 may see the revival of the iconic car and its sleek design.
At a glance, the GTV is a two-door version of the Giulia.
Built from the design of the 2-door Giulia, the GTV will actually exhibit a philosophy that dates back to the design of the Gran Turismo Veloce style of the ’70s and ’80s.
Featuring wider rear fenders, a sleeker coupe roof, and a sportier diffuser, and new headlamps to round it out.
It features the deeply cut waistline, sloping roofline, and longer doors.
On the coupe, the rear fender flares are bigger than the sedan.
Beyond the standard infotainment and Driver-Assistance tech similar to the Giulia, the GTV will feature a touchscreen, 3.5-inch between the dials in the instrument cluster.
A 7-inch screen will be available in the more expensive trims.
It will provide info on rpm, fuel, shift points, and speed.
Apple Car Play, and Android Auto, Adaptive Cruise Control, and automated emergency braking are also featured.
With 600+ horses on the high-end Q model, the GTV will reach top speeds at 190mph. It can attain 0-60 in just 3.6 seconds.
The 2.0L will get the sedan’s 2.0-liter four-cylinder that uses an electrohydraulic valve actuator. Diesel should also be offered, starting with the 2.2-liter four-cylinder.
However, while the sedan gets a 148-horsepower and 280-pound-foot version, Alfa could skip this one and go for the more powerful 177-horsepower and 331 pound-foot rating.
The Veloce model uses the same oil burner but rated at 210 horses and 346 pound-feet.
A 2.9L twin-turbo V6 sits at the high end of the spectrum with a mild-hybrid drivetrain.
The base model will have a 2.0-liter four-cylinder. The U.S. market will get the 280- horsepower 306-pound version.
The coupe will offer 4 seats, but limited headroom in the rear cabin. Legroom looks to remain the same.
30 mpg for the 2.9L with the hybrid drivetrain.
Price of 2020 Alfa Romeo GTV
Possibly starting at $38,000 for the entry coupe, and moving northward to around $78,000 for the Q model with the hybrid drivetrain, the GTV will be competitively priced.
Pricing will depend on trim levels offered, and various packages like Ti and Lusso raise the entry-level sticker price to around $45,000.
The entry-level 2.0L will still be the most affordable way to get into an Alfa Romeo.