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Alfa Romeo Quadrifoglio Giulia and Stelvio Super Sport Revealed

Alfa Romeo Quadrifoglio Giulia and Stelvio Super Sport Revealed

AAlfa Romeo has announced the end of its Giulia and Stelvio Quadrifoglio models in the United States, marking an iconic shift for the brand. While the high-performance variants will no longer be available in the U.S. market after their last production in June, Alfa Romeo is not entirely closing the chapter on these celebrated models. Instead, the company is sending them off with a special edition series that adds a touch of exclusivity and innovation.

Dubbed the “Super Sport” editions, these models pay homage to Alfa Romeo’s historic victory at the 1928 Mille Miglia with the 6C 1500 Super Sport. In a significant departure from tradition, the iconic Quadrifoglio logo has been updated for the first time in 101 years, featuring a black triangle instead of the customary white background. Both the Giulia and Stelvio will feature this unique emblem, further distinguishing the limited series.

The exterior of the Super Sport editions will be available in Nero Vulcano metallic, and for the first time, a three-layer Rosso Etna option, while the Giulia also offers a Bianco Alfa finish. Performance enhancements include an Akrapovic exhaust system with carbon fiber finishers and black brake calipers. The Giulia Super Sport is fitted with 19-inch wheels, while the Stelvio rides on 21-inch alloys.

Interior enhancements are no less impressive, with red carbon fiber adorning the dashboard, center console, and door cards, creating a striking 3D effect complemented by red stitching on the seats. Each headrest is embroidered with the specific production number, highlighting the exclusivity with only 275 Giulias and 175 Stelvios being produced globally.

Starting at $88,365 for the Giulia Super Sport and $95,965 for the Stelvio Super Sport, these models are not just a sendoff but a collector’s dream. Although this chapter ends for the Quadrifoglio in the U.S., Alfa Romeo teases an electric future for this emblematic line, with fully electric Quadrifoglio models expected later this decade.

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