Automotive mechanic and independent car designer Thorsten-Krisch decided to take matters into his own hands and render the car's styling in the hotter Quadrifoglio Verde specification for the highly anticipated 2016 Alfa Romeo Giulia.
The end result is something many will wish to see in Alfa Romeo's official images of the long-awaited BMW 3-Series fighter.
We remind you Fiat Chrysler Group head of global design, Lorenzo Ramaciotti, said the 2016 Giulia represents a "styling challenge" and "has to be remarkable but stand the test of time."
The model will effectively fill in the gap left by the 159's demise and has already been previewed by last year's Giulia concept designed by Alfa Styling Center in collaboration with students from the European Design Institute.
If everything goes as planned, the Alfa Romeo Giulia is scheduled to go on sale as a 2016 model year so most likely it will revealed within the next twelve months.