Transforming classic cars into futuristic, state-of-the-art machines using new technology and material, Totem Automobili has crafted one of the most advanced restmod in the world, using an iconic automobile from the 60’s and 70’s.
Born out of the 1965 Alfa Romeo Giulia GTA, the automaker’s latest build is dubbed the Totem Alfa Romeo Giulia GT Electric Coupe and pays tribute to the shape and successes of its original.
Utilizing an estimated 10% of the original chassis, the new and improved electric coupe was predominantly constructed from aluminum and carbon fiber, substituting the initial fuel engine with a 50.4 kWh liquid-cooled battery pack to grant unparalleled power, longer duration and a green vision.
Weighing an estimated 350kg, the Totem Alfa Romeo Giulia GT Electric Coupe boasts 518bhp, with additional power-management efficiency settings and the capability to accelerate 0 to 100km/h in a matter of 3.4 seconds.
Designed and tested to offer top performance both on track and road, the coupe’s newest disk brake caliper B-M4, disks 328×28 and 345×28, come directly from Brembo and can be customized in a variety of colours and markings upon request.
Featuring internal heating on the front and rear windows, the Totem Alfa Romeo Giulia GT Electric Coupe includes modern air conditioning systems, an extended audio system by AUDIO DEVELOPMENT, and a fully digitalized dual-screen control board with a sophisticated antitheft system, Bluetooth connection, interactive maps, and DAB radio, alongside vehicle controls and stats.
While Totem Automobili has yet to define its exact production schedule and price, the company has published a detailed summary of the Totem Alfa Romeo Giulia GT Electric Coupe’s design specifications and is currently accepting enquiries on its official website.