Alfa Romeo has selected the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show for the international press debut of the 2014 Giulietta which will be marketed starting in October. Alongside the Giulietta, Alfa will also showcase a revised MiTo.
For the 2014 model year, the Giulietta will feature a new 150 HP, 380 Nm 2.0 JTDM 2 engine, as well as a new front grille, chrome-plated frame of the foglights and brand-new 16”, 17” and 18” wheels. The exterior changes are topped off with a choice of new exterior colours, Moonlight Pearl, Anodizzato Blue and Bronze.
Inside there’s a new Uconnect infotainment system with 5″ or 6.5″ Radionav touchscreen, wrap-around seats with new trim, new steering wheels and new treatments for the dashboard, door panels and handles as well as new storage and luggage compartments.
Alfa Romeo MiTo 2014
Recently introduced on the European markets, the 2014 MiTo revamps its technological side while maintaining its consolidated image as a sporty compact. It’s capable of winning over motorists who demand care for details, Italian style and technical excellence for total safety driving style.
The 2014 range features five trim levels (Impression, Progression, Distinctive, Superbike and Quadrifoglio Verde), ten body colours, including the new Anthracite Grey. Contrasting top and mirror dome colour available. The outstanding customisation level of the MiTo is reasserted once again with ten different alloy wheel patterns.
The range of engines has also been expanded. There are two turbodiesel engines – 85 HP 1.3 JTDM (updated in E5+) and the 120 HP 1.6 JTDM.
The 2014 range introduces some important new style features, starting from the new redesigned grille completed by a chrome-plated frame to create a family feeling with the Giulietta, making the front of the car look more streamlined. Other new features are the Anthracite Grey body colour and the burnished finish of the front light clusters that characterise all trim levels.
The interiors are even more sophisticated, now with four new upholstery combinations to choose from: two new Evoluzione fabrics (Black/Titanium or Black/Red) for Distinctive, the QV Sportiva pack with a new sporty seat and white inserts (available for Distinctive only) and the new Heritage Black fabric with electrically welded Alfa Romeo badge for the Quadrifoglio Verde.
Innovations also in the dashboard portfolio: Street with specific black version for Impression, Progression and QV Sportiva; and Evoluzione – two dashboard designs, both shaded (grey-black or black-red) for Distinctive.
Both the revised Giulietta and MiTo will be shown at the Frankfurt Motor Show before going on sale, across Europe, in October.