Alfa Romeo Gives UK’s Giulia, Stelvio And Giulietta The ‘Nero Edizione’ Treatment

Alfa Romeo has released new special ‘Nero Edizione’ versions of its Giulia, Stelvio and Giulietta models in Britain.

The Nero Edizione package includes dark glossy trim parts on the exterior, including the V-shaped front grille, mirror caps, and rear badges, as well as more equipment and features.

Giulia and Stelvio Nero Edizione models are building on the Super trim and add things like gloss black window surrounds, adaptive bi-xenon headlights with headlight washers and dark-finish alloys.

Standard kit includes adaptive cruise control, the big 8.8-inch infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, aluminum kick plates, sports pedals and Alfa Romeo’s connected services.

The new Alfa Romeo Giulia Nero Edizione is available with the turbo 200hp 2.0-liter four-cylinder petrol engine, costing from £34,990 OTR. The Stelvio Nero Edizione is available either with the turbo 200hp 2.0-liter petrol engine or the 190hp 2.2-liter diesel engine, with prices kicking off from £40,090 OTR and £41,290 OTR respectively.

The Alfa Romeo Giulietta Nero Edizione follows the footsteps of its bigger siblings, featuring a dark glossy finish on the front grille, mirror caps, door handles, fog light bezels, exhaust pipe and the rear badging. The pack is visually completed with tinted rear windows, side skirts, a sportier rear bumper and 18-inch dark gloss alloy wheels.

The interior gets Alfa Romeo’s Connect seven-inch infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, rearview camera and Connected services. Customers will be offered the new edition of the Giulietta either with the 120hp 1.4-liter petrol or the 120hp 1.6-liter diesel unit. Prices start from £23,270 OTR and £24,700 OTR respectively.

The UK order books for the new Alfa Romeo Nero Edizione models are now open.

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  • Knotmyrealname

    Wow, that Giulietta is looking long in the tooth now.

  • Wandering_Spirit

    Giulietta and Stelvio have that FIAT taste that only Italians can recognize at first sight. The Giulietta is a far cry from the 147 Gen1 (not for the better). They should really have dedicated designers specialized in designing Alfa Romeos with an AR soul. The Giulia is better….a little bit. And they should stop with “Special series” that only add stickers and some more plastic on them and focus on chassis, suspensions and equines. A Widebody Giulietta Quadrifoglio with some more ponies would be ok. Same for Giulia. Stelvio….meh!

  • LeStori

    Rearranging the deck chairs, Alfa Romeo, just rearanging the deck chairs….

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