With Chrysler and Alfa Romeo belonging in the same group, the former’s performance parts division has laid its hands on the brand-new Italian saloon.
Mopar’s line for the Giulia consists of almost 80 styling upgrades and includes the front V-shaped radiator grille and side mirror covers made from carbon fiber, joined by an aerodynamic body kit consisting of front lip spoiler, side skirts and rear diffuser.
Customized door lights with LED projectors are also part of the package, along with key covers available in three-layer car colors, white or red, tire valve caps with the Alfa logo, aluminum oil filler and fuel caps and specially developed alloy wheels, available in three sizes, ranging between 17- and 19-inch. The exterior can also be completed by a roof box and different carriers for skis, windsurf boards, kayaks and bikes.
In the cabin, Mopar has added a carbon fiber gear knob and the same lightweight material used on the illuminated door sill plates surrounds. Owners can also choose the folding luggage container and floor mats made from “elegant plastic”, as Alfa explains, and completing the collection is a number of active and passive safety features such as parking sensors, anti-theft wheel bolts and child seats.