Until recently, Giulia and Stelvio were part of the Alfa Romeo range, fortunately they were joined by Let’s see. The Italian brand’s large sedan and SUV needed to be refreshed like a rain kite. And finally they found them.
The first feature that catches the eye when you come in contact with the updated Alfa models are the “3 + 3” adjustable headlights with a new Full-LED matrix. They emphasize the connection with Tonale, and also recall one of the most famous characteristics of the brand’s style, which was introduced by the image of the Alfa Romeo SZ Zagato and the Alfa Romeo Proteo concept car.
The unique front line of the new Giulia and Stelvio versions includes three modules with daytime running lights and power indicators. The arrangement of the LED rear lights has also changed. The new Giulia has new glass taillights with a clear finish, while those on the new Stelvio feature a gloss black tinted smoked glass.
Both models have a digital instrument display with a distinctive look reminiscent of traditional Alfa Romeo solutions. It has a diagonal of 12.3 inches and allows you to configure content according to the driver’s preferences. In Heritage mode, inspired by the brand’s designs of the 1960s and 1970s, it even has distinctive inverted numerals on the end of the speedometer.
Giulia and Stelvio, just like the Tonale, can be enriched with a certificate based on NFT technology at the customer’s request. This document contains data on the service life of the vehicle. The certificate can be used as a guarantee that the car has been properly serviced and maintained, which has a positive effect on its residual value. In the used car market, NFT certification is an important additional source of reliable origin.
Both models will be available in three trim levels. Basic – Super, which can be enhanced with the Sprint equipment package, Ti, which can be expanded with the Veloce package and the new one – Competizione type.
The latter is based on the Ti version with the Veloce package, and is distinguished by a unique matt Moonlight gray color and red brake calipers. The sporty look of the new Alfa Stelvio is further enhanced by 21-inch wheels. The interior features a leather-wrapped dashboard and seats with contrasting red stitching. In addition, the special series has tinted windows and the Competizione logo on the side and on the front head.
Cars in all trim levels will be available with a 160 HP diesel engine with rear-wheel drive and a 210 HP diesel engine or a 280 HP petrol engine with all-wheel drive.