Following the announcement earlier today, Alfa Romeo has dropped a massive gallery on the two models (in Euro specification), allowing us to see the new colors and plenty of details. Scroll down to check them all out. [Updated]
Shortly after being unveiled in China, the 2020 Alfa Romeo Giulia and Stelvio have been presented in North American and European spec just ahead of the Los Angeles Auto Show.
Changes start on the outside. Both the 2020 Stelvio and Giulia get a body-color appearance kit for Sport models. Additionally, Sport models can be optioned with a Dark Miron kit that features fender flares, side sills, and a rear fascia in a dark-painted finish. There is also an exterior carbon fiber package available. New paint options include Anodized Blue, Lunare White, and Verde Visconti.
The interiors have also been updated. One of the most significant updates is the fitment of a new standard 8.8-inch center touchscreen display that includes a host of new performance pages while also offering digital HVAC and other controls. Users are also able to customize the homepage by selecting their ideal layout. A 12-month trial of SiriusXM radio is also offered standard on all models.
Additionally, Alfa Romeo has redesigned the standard 7-inch TFT instrument cluster screen of the Giulia and Stelvio with a new layout and improved graphics. The display has also been updated to provide real-time data for the driver.
A new center console has also been developed for the duo complete with a machined-knurled aluminum-look rotary dial, upgraded knob materials, and increased storage capacity. There is also a small Italian flag placed at the base of the shifter. The Italian car manufacturer has also enlarged the cup holders and incorporated wireless phone charging. Other alterations include a new premium leather-wrapped shifter and race-inspired steering wheel.
Level 2 autonomous driving system
Complementing the host of interior upgrades is a level 2 autonomous driving system that includes Highway Assist System, Traffic James Assist System, Traffic Sign Recognition, Lane Keep Assist, Active Blind Spot Assist, Driver Attention Alert, and Standard Full Speed Forward Collision Warning Plus. Other updates include a WiFi hotspot, Mobile App with Remote Operations, Vehicle Finder, Stolen Vehicle Locater and Assistance, as well as Over-The-Air updates for the vehicle’s firmware.
What will they cost you?
Prices for the 2020 Alfa Romeo Giulia start at $39,345 excluding a $1,295 destination fee while the 2020 Stelvio starts at $41,345 plus this $1,295 fee. That’s an increase of $800 over the respective 2019 Giulia and Stelvio models. As for the performance-focused 2020 Giulia Quadrifoglio, it starts at $74,445 while the Stelvio Quadrifoglio will be available from $80,445, a modest $200 increase of the 2019MYs.