Alfa Romeo presented the Giulia and Stelvio Estrema special edition series, this being the first time that Alfa Romeo has created a limited edition model that it will offer worldwide.
Giulia and Stelvio use the same 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine and 8-speed automatic transmission. This direct injection engine offers 280 horsepower and 306 pound-feet of torque, figures that the brand says are best in class for a stock powertrain. In addition, both benefit even more from the Q4 all-wheel drive system, although this system is integrated as standard in the Stelvio, but not in the Giulia, in which it is offered as an option.
In terms of acceleration, the Giulia from 0 to 60 mph (0-96 km/h) arrives in 5.5 seconds with the rear-wheel drive model, while the four-wheel drive model improves time, reaching in just 5.1 seconds. The Stelvio with only a four-wheel drive model, reaches 60 mph in 5.5 seconds for RWD and 5.1 seconds for AWD
In developing these special series, engineers started with the premium Veloce trim level and added driving dynamics technology from the high-performance Quadrifoglio model.
One of the technologies included in the Quadrifoglio is the Alfa Active Suspension, an advanced suspension technology that, through sensors, “reads” the road and automatically adjusts the shock valves to offer a better driving experience at high speeds and without loss of performance. driving comfort.
Another of the technologies implemented in the Estrema models that is used in the Quadrifoglio is a limited-slip rear differential, which distributes torque and traction during acceleration.
The Alfa Romeo Giulia and Stelvio include the following as standard:
- active cruise control
- Active Blind Spot Assist
- lane departure warning
- automatic emergency braking
- Forward Collision Warning with Full Stop Capability.
In addition, an optional Active Assist Plus package includes:
- Driver Attention Alert
- smart speed assistant
- roadside assistance system
- Lane Keeping Assistant
- Traffic Sign Recognition
- Traffic jam assistant
- Active blind spot assist with braking
- Security alarm
Described by the brand in the ad you can read the following: «the Estrema’s exterior sports carbon-fiber cladding on the grille and mirror caps. The dark “Estrema” badge placed on the fenders and on the rear. The B-pillar and side window moldings are coated in gloss black, which blends into the side windows. The alloy wheels (19-inch on Giulia Estrema, 21-inch on Stelvio Estrema) are gloss black. An optional Staggered Wheel Package for the Giulia Estrema adds a combination of wider rear wheels and tires to improve vehicle dynamics and provide a unique appearance. Behind the wheels, gloss black brake calipers are marked with Alfa Romeo lettering in white.»
In addition, the Estrema models are offered in four colors: Alfa Blanco, Alfa Rosso, Misano Blue and Vulcano Black.
Both limited editions include a dual-panel sunroof and, for fun, a working Harman/Kardon audio system with 14 speakers.
The new limited edition Alfa Romeo Giulia and Stelvio Estrema can now be booked for delivery during the 3rd quarter of the year. Prices for these two limited editions are Alfa Romeo Giulia Estrema (rear-wheel drive) $55,090, Alfa Romeo Giulia Estrema (four-wheel drive) $57,090, and Alfa Romeo Stelvio Estrema (four-wheel drive) $58,950.
Source: Geeks Room by geeksroom.com.
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