Inside, the Quadrifoglio is just like any other Giulia in terms of space and practicality. It isn’t the easiest of saloons to climb into, having a fairly low roofline and low-set seats, but once you’re in, the car caters for full-sized adults fairly well in both rows. The front sports seats are quite wide, adjustable and broadly comfortable, and both shoulder room and elbow room are good. There’s an assortment of cubbyholes to stow your odds and ends, including a sizeable space underneath the centre armrest and glovebox.
In the back, there’s a competitive amount of leg room for the class – as much as the BMW M3 and Mercedes-AMG C63 offer – and there’s room for feet under the standard front seats. Head room is decent but not outstanding.
Weirdly, the Giulia Quadrifoglio’s boot has the exact same on-paper volume as an M3 but slightly more than the C63. In reality, it’ll fit your golf clubs or a couple of fairly large suitcases. Sadly, if you need more space than that, you’re stuck - split-folding back seats are neither standard fit nor an optional extra.