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Ah, this is an Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglia review for the US. How does it stack up there? That answer is key to Alfa’s future fortunes, as sales in the US will largely decide if the brand lives or dies. First reports from Europe are very positive, but life and terrain in the US is completely different. So we thrashed the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio – and then the rest of the range – on some Californian roads and then a track to see how it might fare there. And? The news is good. Very good. On the road, even though the looks are subjective, they work in a US setting. It looks exactly like what it is: aggressive, purposeful, Italian and fast. Other drivers notice it and like it. That might sound like a small point, but for a brand needing to make an impact in a market flooded with other imports, that’s key. How does it handle US roads?