Three years after the last major restyling, Alfa Romeo Giulia and Stelvio have been updated again to keep up with the times, especially in terms of technology. Among the innovations introduced in Giulia and Stelvio’s 2023 model years, there is the new LED light signature so coveted by fans of the brand, in addition to the infotainment system enriched with new features and a richer standard equipment. No changes, however, on the mechanics of Alfa Romeo Giulia and Stelvio.
The front of both presents the iconic trilobo with a new mesh of the front grille, where the logo is positioned, and the lower ones destined to the two air intakes. But the main novelty is the aforementioned “3 + 3” lights, with new Full-LED Adaptive Matrix headlights that make the light signature very similar to the Tonale. There are two main technologies to safeguard visibility and safety: the Adaptive Front Lighting System, which provides continuous adjustment of the dipped headlights based on speed and specific driving conditions, and the “Glare-Free High Beam Segmented Technology” which, in poor lighting conditions, automatically detects traffic from the front and in the opposite direction to avoid glare from other cars. 0 Inside, the digital instrument panel with 12.3-inch TFT display makes its debut, which can be graphically customized with three different graphic settings, Evolved, Relax and Heritage. The infotainment system is now ready to receive OTA updates, in addition to the new functions that can be managed remotely through an app. Finally, Giulia and Stelvio also embrace the NFT technology brought to its debut by the Tonale.
The Non-Fungible-Tokeni is based on the concept of “blockchain card”, a secret and non-modifiable digital register on which the main information on the individual car is reported.
Alfa Romeo Giulia and Stelvio, on the other hand, remain substantially unchanged in terms of mechanics. Definitely available with 160 HP rear-wheel drive diesel engine, and 210 HP Q4 all-wheel drive, as well as 280 HP petrol. At the moment, the entry-level 190 HP diesel and 200 HP petrol versions are awaiting confirmation, as well as the supersport versions of the 510 HP Quadrifoglio. The range will be available in four trim levels, Super, Sprint, Ti and Veloce, in addition to the special Competizione series introduced with the restyling. It is based on the Veloce set-up and is recognizable by the exclusive Moon Light matte gray color, in contrast to the red brake calipers. The Alfa Romeo Giulia and Stelvio 2023 price lists will be made official in the coming weeks.
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