The Alfa Romeo Giulia Type 105 is a range of compact executive cars produced by the Italian carmaker Alfa Romeo between 1962 and 1978. The Giulia was designed to replace the outgoing Giulietta and was based on a completely new platform that was designed to be more modern, efficient, and comfortable. The Giulia was available in several different body styles, including a four-door sedan, two-door coupe, and a convertible. It was powered by a range of engines, starting with a 1.3-liter inline-four and going up to a 2.0-liter inline-four. Later models also included a 1.6-liter inline-four and a 1.8-liter inline-four. One of the most famous models in the Giulia range is the Giulia Sprint GT, which was introduced in 1963. It was designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro at Bertone and featured a sleek and aerodynamic design that was unlike anything seen before in a compact executive car. It was powered by a 1.6-liter inline-four engine that produced 106 horsepower and had a top speed of 112 mph. The Sprint GT was praised for its handling and performance and quickly became a popular choice among car enthusiasts. In 1965, Alfa Romeo introduced the Giulia Sprint GTA, a high-performance version of the Sprint GT that was designed specifically for racing. It was lighter and more powerful than the standard Sprint GT, with a 1.6-liter engine that produced up to 170 horsepower. The Sprint GTA was a dominant force in touring car racing and won several championships throughout the 1960s. The Giulia range also included the Giulia Super, a four-door sedan that was introduced in 1965. It was designed to be a more luxurious and refined version of the Giulia, with a more spacious interior and a range of comfort features. It was powered by a range of engines, starting with a 1.3-liter inline-four and going up to a 1.8-liter inline-four. In 1969, Alfa Romeo introduced the Giulia 1750, a new model that was designed to be more powerful and modern than the existing Giulia range. It was powered by a 1.8-liter inline-four engine that produced 118 horsepower and had a top speed of 118 mph. The Giulia 1750 was praised for its handling and performance, as well as its stylish and modern design. The Giulia range was updated throughout the 1970s, with new models like the Giulia Nuova Super and the Giulia 2000. Production of the Giulia range eventually ended in 1978, but the car remains a classic and highly sought-after vehicle today, known for its combination of style, performance, and engineering excellence.