Unveiled in 1963, the Alfa Romeo Giulia has had many people fall head over heels. Created by Bertone, it has known many transformations over the years to reach the top of its game. Wider, lower, and more powerful, the new and improved model is now a collector’s item, as well as the winner of numerous competitions. This sparked the interest of a new, Venice-based startup specialized in “retrofitting”, which means turning vintage vehicles into electric cars. The new e-Giulia was entirely stripped down and reassembled almost completely using new materials. It now has an electric engine reaching more than 500 hp for a weight under 900 kg. Reaching 100 km/h in only 3 seconds, the e-Giulia enjoys a 300 km autonomy. Made-to-order and customizable, this new model is now part of the pantheon of transalpine racing culture.