Alfa Romeo Stelvio, Giulia and Giulietta Now Available As B-Tech Editions In Europe

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.

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  • Christian

    More like “The Beta Editon….” Nah mate, give me the Alfa version! The “Q”

  • Jason Panamera

    For now Gulia and Stelvio need better infotainment system, a little bit better build quality and also Giulia needs a wagon. Not any special editions. Just few improvements which they can for sure do.

    • Kash

      The tech upgrades are a serious must! Why do the parking sensors keep beeping when the car is put in park? None of the cars I’ve owned over the years do this, the Stelvio did when I had one for a weekend.

      Why does the radio/infotainment system stay on after the car is turned off, you’ve exited it, and its locked via the fob or the button on the door handle which then causes your phone to connect to it if its paired via bluetooth? To be fair though, the infotainment system does shut off when you turn the car off, it just turns back on after about 5 minutes potentially killing your car’s battery without you knowing. Who knows but the Stelvio does all this and has many more little quirks like this if you will!

      • Jason Panamera

        -,,Why do the parking sensors keep beeping when the car is put in park?”
        I will tell you why. It’s the type of the cheapest parking sensors. Most common and the cheapest parking sensors you can buy from chinese market are like that.

        -,,To be fair though, the infotainment system does shut off when you turn the car off, it just turns back on after about 5 minutes potentially killing your car’s battery without you knowing. ”
        And that’s Italian way of doing things. : D

        • Kash

          Ahhhhh! Italian engineering and electronics!

  • TheToadPrince..~~ToadSquad

    instead of making dodge and chrysler products…they waste theirmoney on this dud company alfa…stupid cars cant even move with glitching.

    • Jason Panamera

      What other company from FCA can make a proper fight with other premium brands like BMW, Merc or Audi in Europe ? Alfa Romeo got potential hidden in it’s history, it’s a name which is well recognizable.

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