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News Alfa Romeo Launches New Limited-Edition Giulia and Stelvio Estrema Models

Alfa Romeo Launches New Limited-Edition Giulia and Stelvio Estrema Models

Alfa Romeo turns up the heat with its first globally available limited-edition series in the Estrema

  • Estrema trimmed vehicles will be the top non-Quadrifoglio performance versions.

  • Standard features will include adaptive suspension and a limited-slip differential.

  • New models arrive in the third quarter of 2022.

Alfa Romeo has just introduced new limited-edition Estrema trims of its Giulia and Stelvio models. This new trim will sit at the very top of the “regular” iterations of both the gorgeous Giulia sedan and striking Stevio SUV.

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Think what you will but we firmly believe that the Alfa Romeo Giulia and Stelvio are the most underrated premium vehicles available on the market today. We’d pick a Giulia over an Infiniti Q50 and a Stelvio over an Audi Q5 any day. And the new Estrema trims are designed to further demonstrate that these Italians are more than just pretty faces.

The driving experience will be heightened thanks to the addition of the Alfa Active Suspension which reads the road for improved handling and comfort. Also included is a limited-slip rear differential, which will put the turbocharged 2.0-litre engine’s torque to good use between the wheels.

Visually, the Estrema models will feature plenty of black trim and will be offered in the following colours: Alfa White, Alfa Rosso, Misano Blue, and Vulcano Black.

Orders are now open for both Estrema models. The Giulia Estrema AWD is priced from $66,995 while the Stelvio Estrema AWD goes for $69,295.

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