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As published in the youtube page by The GT Special: In the Grand Tour Season 1 Episode 10 Jeremy Clarkson drives the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio in Wales and at the Eboladrome. \nEnjoy and don’t forget to subscribe.\n\nThe Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadsplitaudio has a 503 horsepower, 2.9-litre turbocharged V6 engine. It can go from 0-61 in 3.9 seconds and has a top speed of 191 mph. Jeremy Clarkson says you can’t be a true petrolhead unless you’ve owned an Alfa Romeo. In the ’80s he had a GTV6. James May used to have a 164. Richard Hammond has never owned an Alfa, but did once run an equally Italian Fiat Barchetta.\n\nThe name Quadrifoglio comes from a four-leaf clover with the same name and it is a rare variation of the common three-leaf clover. Alfa Romeo is known to paint a four-leaf clover, on the side of their racing cars. This tradition started in the 1923 Targa Florio race, when driver Ugo Sivocci decorated his car with a green clover on a white background.\n\nThe four-door, four-seater Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio is powered by an all aluminum, twin-turbocharged V6 petrol engine developed exclusively for the Quadrifoglio by Ferrari technicians. The mill produces 503 bhp at 6,500 rpm and 600 Nm of torque at 2,500- 5,000rpm. According to Alfa Romeo, the Giulia Quadrifoglio can accelerate from 0 to 100kmph in 3.9 seconds. The car took 1:27.1 to finish Eboladrome, The Grand Tour’s track in wet conditions.\n\nWith the cylinder deactivation technology in place, the Giulia Quadrifoglio also achieves a fuel consumption of 8.5-litres per 100 kilometres. The Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio weighs 1,524 kilograms thanks to a body in high-strength steel, fenders and doors in aluminum, a carbon fiber hood, roof and driveshaft. The front seat frames are also available in carbon-fiber optionally.
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