The Alfa Romeo Giulia and Stelvio, respectively marketed since 2015 and 2016 will finally enjoy a small update that will arrive on the roads in 2023.
While the Alfa Romeo Tonale is selling wells, the Giulia and Stelvio are in a little more difficulty. To extend the life of both cars and to boost orders (while waiting for new models in 2025 and 2026), the Italian sedan and SUV will benefit from some new features.
To begin with, the most visible: new front lights Full-LED Adaptive Matrix that carry over the Tonale's light signature. The bumper also benefits from minor modifications with the "Trilobo" grille.
Then, the driving instruments and the multimedia will be evolved with the needle counters which will go digital. The multimedia interface (also called infotainment) does not evolve.
Finally, a new finish is introduced: Competizione. As a reminder, currently there are Super, Sprint Ti, Veloce, Estrema.
Estrema disappears for the Competizion finish, which is the new top-of-the-range version of the brand with an exclusive "Moon Light" matte gray color (this Competizione finish could also be used for the Tonale, which will soon be offered in PHEV 275 hp).
As for the engines, there should be no changes, unless there is a surprise. Still the 200 hp, 280 hp gasoline and the 160 hp, 190 hp, 210 hp diesel. If there is a surprise, it would be a 330 hp MHEV petrol engine which is present at Maserati in the Grecale.
We are now waiting for some information like prices and availability. To be continued!
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The 4 cylinder 330hp would be welcome for what it interests but I don't understand why it takes so long. It's really a shame.
Any other colors considered for the Competizione other than the exclusive matte gray color?
I would like to change my Giulia super finish to 200 hp but only offering the 280 hp will hurt my wallet, as the registration tax in Belgium is 4500 euros!
The instrumentation is not "digital" but "numérique", in good French 😉
I have a 200c tb, I had it modified 3 years ago by Squadra Tuning to 280hp... . A real swiss watch. No worries.
This car is a dream on the road.
I don't understand everyone is talking about the Giulia, but no one is buying it.
Because the Giulia and Stelvio are too badly damaged and the market trend is to buy suvs more than sedans. In the end, it's a niche market for the time being while waiting for the electric version