Autocar [UK] (30 October 2013)

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Magic Ride Control is standard. It uses a camera to scan the road ahead to prime the adaptive suspension for the optimum ride. The system works intuitively and really does iron out most undulations. High-frequency scars, however, can still be felt. You can deactivate the system by switching to Sport mode, and if you’re looking to move performance up a notch, you’ll want to. With the full potential unleashed, you can enjoy masses of grip and the restrained growl from that 577bhp V8. 0mpg (combined) CO2 237g/km Kerb weight 2070kg Engine V8, 5461cc, twin-turbo, petrol Power 577bhp at 5500rpm Torque 644lb ft at 2250-3750rpm Gearbox 7-spd automatic MANUFACTURER’S CLAIMED FIGURES FIRST VERDICT QUICK FACTS PRICE £25,000 (EST) ON SALE FEB/MARCH New kit includes UConnect infotainment FIRST VERDICT New diesel engine adds extra appeal to an already likeable package AAABC ON THE FACE of it, the 2014 version of the Alfa Romeo Giulietta isn’t much to crow about.

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There are adjustable cloth seats, inertia-reel belts and a Moto-Lita steering wheel (our test car’s Momo, like the screen, is an option). And that’s it. At least you get a revcounter. There’s a pay-off in that the kerb weight is a claimed 490kg. 5sec and that it’ll run out of puff at 100mph. But if you’re familiar with Sevens, your immediate thoughts will not be about how fast it is (or isn’t), but how soft it feels. Soft of everything. The clutch is light, the gearshift – although short and positive – lacks the outright precision of Caterham’s other ’boxes and the steering is lighter at manoeuvring speeds.

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