Alfa Romeo announces the limited-release 2024 Giulia and Stelvio Quadrifoglio Carbon Editions, exclusively designed for North America with enhanced features and promising performance.
Exterior boasts carbon-fibre detailing, gold calipers, and exclusive paint options: Vulcano Black or Rosso Etna.
Interior showcases red leather sport seats, carbon-fibre trims, and advanced driver-assistance features.
Limited to 130 units combined, with the Giulia priced at $102,245 and the Stelvio at $110,445.
Alfa Romeo has unveiled its newest, limited-edition 2024 Giulia and Stelvio Quadrifoglio Carbon Editions, tailored exclusively for North America. With only 130 units combined, these editions are set to provide Afla enthusiasts with an elevated driving experience characterized by its Italian sporty style and top-notch performance.
Externally, these editions stand out with their carbon-fibre V scudetto grille, mirror caps, and exclusive paint choices – either the deep Vulcano Black or the vibrant Rosso Etna. Additional defining features include gold calipers, black badges, and distinctive wheel designs: 19-inch for the Giulia and 21-inch for the Stelvio. Carbon-fibre side sills, unique fascias, and an optional exposed carbon-fibre roof for the Giulia further accentuate their aggressive yet elegant appearance.
Inside, both models exude luxury and sportiness. They are furnished with exclusive red leather sport seats – a fresh look for Quadrifoglio models that usually come with black seats. Carbon-fibre trims adorn the dash, doors, and center console, giving the interiors a premium touch. Additionally, both models are equipped with a Harman Kardon premium audio system and the Active Assist Plus Driver Group. This suite offers advanced driver-assistance features including lane keep assist, traffic sign recognition, and an intelligent speed assist, among others.
Under the hood, these editions house the powerful 2.9-litre twin-turbocharged V-6 engine, boasting 505 horsepower. This engine is paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission. Notably, the Stelvio incorporates Alfa Romeo’s Q4 AWD system, enabling a top speed of 283 km/h, while the Giulia can reach up to 307 km/h.
In terms of driving dynamics and technology, the Carbon Editions also benefit from the standard Alfa Adaptive Suspension, a technology that enhances handling while ensuring a comfortable ride.
The 2024 Giulia and Stelvio Quadrifoglio Carbon Editions, exclusive to North America, are soon to be available in Alfa Romeo studios. With prices set at $102,245 for the Giulia and $110,445 for the Stelvio, enthusiasts can visit the Alfa Romeo website or contact their local dealers for more details on the 2024 premium lineup.