Alfa Romeo unveils latest models of Giulia, Tonale, and Stelvio
【Summary】Alfa Romeo is introducing new flagship variants of its Giulia, Tonale, and Stelvio models called Tributo Italiano. These models will feature visual enhancements such as black roofs, Italian flag mirror caps, and red Brembo brake calipers. Inside, they will have black leather seats with red stitching and carbon-fiber inserts. The models will also come with new alloy wheel designs and high levels of standard equipment. Powertrain options will vary across the models.
Alfa Romeo is set to release upgraded flagship versions of its Giulia, Tonale, and Stelvio models with the introduction of the new Tributo Italiano trim levels. These variants will be available in three colors - Rosso Alfa (red), Bianco Alfa (white), and Verde Montreal (green) - representing the colors of the Italian flag.
The enhancements on these models are primarily visual, with all three featuring a black roof, an Italian flag on the external mirror caps, and red Brembo brake calipers. Inside, the Tributo Italiano models will have black leather seats with red contrast stitching, as well as red stitching on the dashboard, door cards, and center console. The headrests will feature a Tributo embroidered logo, along with additional carbon-fiber inserts on the dash.
Each model will also come with new alloy wheel designs, with the Tonale having 20-inch wheels, the Stelvio with 21-inch wheels, and the Giulia with 19-inch wheels. The Tonale will also receive additional Tributo styling elements, including body-colored exterior enhancements such as side skirts, wheel arches, and front and rear bumper inserts.
All Tributo models will come equipped with top-of-the-line standard features, including adaptive dampers, heated and cooled seats, dual-zone climate control, a heated steering wheel with aluminum paddle-shifters, and a premium Harman Kardon sound system with 14 speakers.
In Europe, the Tributo Italiano variants will offer a range of powertrain options. The Giulia and Stelvio ranges will have a 206kW 2.0-liter turbocharged petrol engine and a 118kW 2.2-liter turbocharged diesel engine. The Tonale Tributo Italiano, on the other hand, will be available with a 118kW 1.5-liter turbocharged petrol engine or a more powerful 203kW 1.3-liter turbocharged plug-in hybrid.
Alfa Romeo has already started taking orders for the Tributo models in Europe, and deliveries are expected to begin in the second half of 2024. Pricing for the Australian market has yet to be confirmed.
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