Track-focused Giulia editions bound for Australia, with $268,000-plus pricing, F1-developed aerodynamics and a power boost.
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  • 2021 Alfa Romeo Giulia GTA and GTAm pricing and specification
  • Limited-run super sedans priced from $268,000 to $288,000 plus on-road costs
  • 100kg weight saving and 22kW power boost headline changes
  • GTAm deletes rear seats, and adds roll cage and big wing

UPDATE, 21 May 2021: Alfa Romeo Australia has officially confirmed the pricing and specification details for the Giulia GTA and GTAm published earlier in May 2021, with just 18 examples out of the 500-unit global production run to make their way to Australia.

First local deliveries will commence in late 2021, with all 18 vehicles to offer their owners the 'Experience Pack', which comprises an authenticity certificate, a helmet personalised with the car's build number, Goodwool car cover and, for GTAm customers only, a racing suit package from Alpinestars.

Our original story continues below, incorporating the new information.

4 May 2021: The 2021 Alfa Romeo Giulia GTA and GTAm are coming to Australia at last – with eye-watering price tags to match.

Alfa Romeo has confirmed the Giulia GTA (or Gran Turismo Allegarita) is priced from $268,000 before on-road costs, with the GTAm (Gran Turismo Allegarita modificata) priced from $288,000 before on-road costs.

They're nearly twice as expensive as the 'regular' Giulia Quadrifoglio, priced from $138,950 before on-road costs, and even attract a higher price tag than one-size-up super sedans like the $246,900 BMW M5 Competition and $253,900 Mercedes-AMG E63 S.

Unveiled in March 2020, the GTA and GTAm are powered by the Quadrifoglio's 2.9-litre twin-turbocharged V6, reworked with revised internals and a titanium Akrapovic exhaust system to develop 397kW and 600Nm – up 22kW over the donor car.

The brand claims a 0-100km/h sprint time of 3.6 seconds for the GTA – down 0.3 seconds over the Q – thanks to launch control and, crucially, a 100kg weight saving versus the Quadrifoglio (for a total of 1520kg).

Shedding kilograms are an array of race-inspired changes, including carbon-fibre front bumper, rear diffuser and wheel arches as part of a new aerodynamics package developed by the Alfa Romeo Racing (Sauber) Formula One team.

Also standard on the GTA are 20-inch centre-locking alloy wheels, fitted to 50mm-wider front and rear tracks with wider wheel arches. A carbon-fibre lip spoiler also features.

Above: Alfa Romeo Giulia GTA.

Inside, the GTA scores Sparco sports bucket seats, Alcantara dashboard trim, contrast stitching (in the customer's choice of colour), and the same 8.8-inch infotainment screen as in the standard Giulia.

The track-focused GTAm deletes the rear seats, and adds a roll cage, spaces for racing helmets, a fire extinguisher, six-point Sabelt harnesses, lighter front seats, aluminium components in the doors and suspension, Lexen polycarbonate windows, a manually-adjustable front splitter, and a large rear wing.

Just 500 examples of the Giulia GTA and GTAm will be built globally, though 18 will reach Australian shores.

2021 Alfa Romeo Giulia Australian pricing

  • Giulia Sport – $63,950
  • Giulia Veloce – $71,450
  • Giulia Quadrifoglio – $138,950
  • Giulia GTA – $268,000 (new)
  • Giulia GTAm – $288,000 (new)

Note: All prices exclude on-road costs.