Alfa Romeo has announced that it is planning on launching a fully electric Giulia in 2024. The current combustion model was introduced in 2016 and has a wide lineup of models, including the Quadrifoglio model with a Ferrari derived V6 and 502bhp. However, now that Alfa Romeo is under the Stellantis group, the company is now focusing itself on becoming an electric only car brand.

To kick start this change, Alfa Romeo is currently working on a fully electric version of the Giulia. Speaking to Auto Express this week, CEO Jean-Philippe Imparato said that the new car would make a debut in 2024 and would be moved to a Stellantis platform.

“The first full EV will come in 2024 and we’ll see a big launch in 2025, 2026, and we’ll see Alfa Romeo as a full BEV in 2027. This is validated and funded.”

Jean-Philippe Imparato – Alfa Romeo CEO

The company also announced that it is working on becoming an electric only company by 2027.