As time marches forward, so too does the innovation and reiteration of our favorite automotive platforms. This year, we’ve seen a handful of revised models from the industry’s greatest manufacturers, and now, Alfa Romeo has joined their ranks with the newest iterations of its flagship Giulia and Stelvio Quadrifoglio models.
If you were a fan of the pair’s previous 510-horsepower bi-turbo engine, you’ll be delighted to hear that it’s sticking around for yet another model year. Where the two vehicles differ, however, is in their interior and exterior design, premium components, and driver assistance features. Inside, you’ll find a series of elaborate new storage options/areas, perforated upholstery, and carbon-contrived Sparco seating, should you opt for the sportier upgrade package. Outside, Romeo has gifted both the Giulia and Stelvio with a suite of Mopar-branded accessories and components, LED light clusters, and a dual-mode Akrapovič exhaust system that can be acquired in either a titanium or carbon edition. But perhaps the biggest improvement over the vehicles’ previous-gen siblings is the inclusion of level 2 autonomous driving features, which help with blind-spot detection, sign recognition, and lane assist. Head to Alfa Romeo’s website to learn more.
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