The two high-performance sedans will be used by the Carabinieri in Rome and Milan to transport organs and blood, as well as for special operations such as acting as a police escort during events and ceremonies.
Aside from the special paint job that includes red stripes and white lettering, the Carabinieri's Giulia Quadrifoglio is also fitted with a roof-mounted LED light strip, defibrillator, portable cooling units for carrying human supplies, radio equipment, video-recording gear and rechargeable LED torches.
The new Giulia Quadrifoglio is powered by a 2.9-litre twin-turbo V6. The Ferrari developed engine develops 375kW of power and 600Nm, which is good for a 0-100km/h time of 3.9 seconds.
The range-topping Giulia is the latest in a long line of Alfas to have graced the Carabinieri's fleet,
The Giulia range, in both regular and Quadrifoglio versions, will go on sale in Australia from "early 2017".