The Alfa Romeo Giulia and Stelvio have been updated for model year 20. Alfa Romeo says it has improved its driver-centred approach by updating the interior of the cars with a new layout and materials, incorporating new ADAS systems to bring level two autonomy and completely overhauling the infotainment system with a new range of connected services and a redesigned human-machine interface (HMI)
As the new ‘67’ registration number plates are introduced, the option list on the Alfa Romeo Giulia gets a refresh with a selection of new wheels, infotainment and styling options, alongside exclusive offers for both fleet and retail customers
Alfa Romeo has opened UK order books for the all-new rear-wheel drive Alfa Romeo Giulia range, with prices starting from £29,180. Customers can choose between four engine variants (two petrol and two diesel), which are all paired to a new eight-speed automatic transmission as standard. In the UK, the Alfa Romeo Giulia model range features […]
Alfa Romeo has been giving more details of the UK line-up for its forthcoming Giulia range. Automatic gearboxes will be standard across the range and and apart from the top Quadrifoglio sporting model, all UK Giulias will be diesels.
Alfa Romeo has been fleshing out the details of the wider Giulia range, including the diesels, although final UK specifications will be confirmed later on. There are expected to be three different trim levels; Giulia, Super and Quadrifoglio.
The new full Alfa Romeo Giulia range has been revealed for the first time at the Geneva Motor Show and it embodies all the core elements which have made the Italian company one of the world’s best-loved automotive brands – distinctive design, innovative powertrains, unique technical solutions and the best weight-to-power ratio.