Our Best Look Yet At New Alfa Romeo Giulia’s Interior

Did you miss another update on the all-new Alfa Romeo Giulia? Considering FCA hasn’t been too generous with details, we tend to think so.

A new set of interior photos of the Giulia QV has surfaced on the internet following the only (presumably official) photo of the cabin we saw last month.

The photos appear to have been taken during the Giulia’s reveal on June 24 and reveal many details of the cabin, including the sports steering wheel wrapped in leather and Alcantara, which also features carbon fiber inserts and a red button for starting and turning off the engine.

Aluminum and carbon fiber accents can be seen all over the cabin, with the largest carbon fiber surfaces being found on the back covers of the bucket seats, which combine black leather with Alcantara and white stitching.

Overall, the interior looks stylish and sporty – hopefully the quality of assembly and of the materials will not disappoint.

Image source: Alfa Romeo-Il cuore ha sempre ragione via Worldcarfans

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  • Stephen Baxter

    The back of those seats look great 🙂

    • TheHake

      Until you have to sit in the rear…

    • europeon

      That is where those 90.000 Euro are going in to.

    • DMJ

      They actually look “stolen” from a Ferrari!

  • Six_Tymes

    everything looks great, it looks fun to drive from the inside.

    shame about the front head light design.

  • Josh Kim

    Is it just me, or does the gauge cluster or the steering wheel and the swivel wheel for the infotainment screen look like they’re directly from Audi products?

    • europeon

      Nope. Think Dodge Challenger/Charger ’15 > Maserati Ghibli evolution.

  • DMJ

    Just look at those pedals, with the Alfa Romeo grille 🙂

    • europeon

      159/Brera

      • Alx

        These are sexy as, but hardly in the shape of the Alfa grille which DMJ was pointing out.

  • Image source: ‘Alfa Romeo, the hearth it’s always right’

    Great name for a Fb fan page

  • dumblikeyou2

    I’m sorry, but I don’t get what’s so great about this car? YES, it’s a cool Alfa and I’m super happy it even exists but the interior, while nice, is nothing that incredibly new or special, and the exterior has classic front Alfa grille but the rest is so generic that any face could have been grafted on the front and gotten away with it.

  • dinn

    Absolutely stunning interior. AR is reborn.

  • Mike Gonzalez

    wow, i cant even find words to say how amazing this looks! those front seats… i just need them in my car. everything looks so sporty yet elegant, refined and premium… wow Alfa! *claps*
    only thing im not really feeling is the lack of central arm-rest for back seats, i mean, c’mon! it’s a 4 seater and still no arm-rest? oh and the leather is kinda loose in the back seats too, hopefully it’s just a pre-production mistake

  • Charlie Medina’s Smiling Coach

    the leather fit on the back seat is awful.

    • Six_Tymes

      I am pretty sure that is a cover put in place for all the media folks at the show getting in and out, I have read some car companies do that now because some people have keys hanging out of their pockets and scratch up the sides badly. But if not I agree.

  • Miknik

    At least form these pics, the design, execution and materials look great, up with the best in the segment.

  • TheHake

    Very Mazda-ey

    • fsliv

      Yo I thought I was the only one. I looks like it is straight out of a mazda. SMH

    • SteersUright

      The other way around, but I know what you mean. After their last “smiley” face design was met with much criticism, Mazda has gone after less traditional quirky Japanese design and more of a traditional Italian influenced design, something Alfa’s had for some time. In fact, you could slap an Alfa badge on the latest Maxda 3, 6 and Miata and it wouldn’t look too out of place. To their credit, Mazdas are looking damn good these days.

      • Alx

        I also thought that when Mazda brought out their Kodo design language.

  • please alfa, bring the manual gearbox .

  • pcurve

    great looking interior! But where’s the Alfa quirks of the past? You can still have quirky design that looks good. too much Audi and Mazda inside!

  • SteersUright

    LOVE this thing. Now launch it with a killer promotional lease program and I know what I’m getting! Prob won’t happen though, residuals are horrendous on gorgeous Italian cars.

  • Six Thousand Times

    Personally, I’ve had my fill of exposed carbonfibre but otherwise, this is a very nice cabin.

  • smartacus

    i’m sorry, but this is nothing to chow about. There is nothing here to differentiate it from KIA

  • Vassilis

    Looks good. Only thing I don’t like is the climate controls. They look old and cheap.

  • Dustin

    Not just white stitching – white and verde

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