Alfa Romeo has breathed new life into its Giulia and Stelvio Quadrifoglio models with edits to its design, technology and safety equipment.
The exterior has been lifted with the inclusion of ‘smoked’ LED rear light clusters, as well as a gloss black finish for the rear badges. These design touches have been applied to both the Giulia and Stelvio, while the latter now features 21-inch alloy wheels for the first time.
Inside, Alfa Romeo has done much to improve the general perception of quality, with a new leather-wrapped steering wheel and matching leather gearstick helping to give both models a heightened sense of luxury. New perforated upholstery is now available on both the Giulia and Stelvio, while optional carbon-shell Sparco seats can be fitted as an option too
A range of new exterior colours have been added for the new 2020 cars, with classic green, red and blue shades - which take inspiration from heritage Alfa Romeo vehicles - now available.
The technology levels in the Stelvio and Giulia QV cars have been lifted too with the introduction of a new 8.8-inch central touchscreen that features Alfa’s latest operating system. It includes widgets, which can be customised and changed depending on the user’s preference. New Performance Pages - exclusive to the Quadrifoglio cars - show readouts for some of the car’s key mechanical components, giving access to information about torque delivery, turbo pressure and power used.
Safety levels in both cars have been bolstered through the introduction of more drivers assistance systems too, with features such as lane keep assist, active blind spot assist and active cruise control now fitted as standard.
Both cars retain the same 2.9-litre biturbo V6 as found in their predecessors, where it produces 503bhp and 600Nm. Power is sent to all four wheels in the Stelvio, while the Giulia retains a rear-wheel-drive layout.
The Stelvio Quadrifoglio and Giulia Quadrifoglio are available to order now, with prices starting from £67,195 for the former and £73,195 for the latter.Enquire on a new Alfa Romeo