Alfa Romeo has kicked off sales of the new Giulia, Stelvio and Giulietta B-Tech editions in select European markets. All three models bring a more distinctive appearance as well as more tech onboard.
The Giulia and Stelvio B-Tech feature a pretty similar package that includes a dark glossy V-shaped insert around the grille, dark glossy mirror caps and exhaust tips, as well as burnished badges at the rear. The Stelvio B-Tech adds dark glossy accents on the rear bumper insert and roof rails, while the Giulia B-Tech gains the sporty bumpers from the Veloce trim level.
The wheels are painted glossy black too and feature monochromatic hubcaps. The Giulia B-Tech comes with 18-inch rims as standard while the Stelvio features 19-inch alloys. 19- and 20-inch wheels are available as optional extras.
Equipment-wise, the Giulia and Stelvio B-Tech’s standard features include Adaptive Cruise Control, Alfa Connect infotainment with an 8.8-inch screen and Apple CarPlay/Android Auto connectivity, bi-xenon headlights with washers, DAB radio, and the Alfa Connected Service suite.
Moving on to the Giulietta B-Tech, Alfa Romeo gives it a similar styling treatment featuring dark glossy elements including the V-shaped insert around the grille, mirror caps, door handles, fog light bezels, exhaust tip, and Giulietta badge. Rounding out the updates are the 18-inch five-hole alloy wheels (also dark glossy), tinted rear windows, sporty rear bumper, and dark interior.
The list of standard equipment includes the Alfa Connect 7-inch Radio by Alpine with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, parking sensors, rearview camera, USB-HDMI input, and Mopar Connect.
The B-Tech editions are available to order starting this month in select European markets. In Germany, prices start from €26,500 for the Giulietta B-Tech, €42,000 for the Giulia B-Tech, and €49,000 for the Stelvio B-Tech.