Italian marque Alfa Romeo has revealed the facelifted Giulia sedan and the Stelvio SUV for the 2023 model year. Both the vehicles sport a new fascia characterized by an advancement of the more established design.
2023 Alfa Romeo Stelvio
The SUV likewise gets comparative visual updates with the new 3+3 headlamps and changes to the bumper and air intakes. The inside also gets a similar 12.3-inch instrument cluster and different updates from the new Giulia.
As far as powertrains, the 2023 Alfa Romeo Stelvio utilizes a 207bhp diesel mill and the equivalent 276bhp super petroleum engine as the Giulia. It sports the Q4 AWD tech with a functioning exchange case equipped for sending all the capacity to the back tires or 50% of the capacity to the front wheels. Further developing driving elements is the Q2 mechanical self-locking differential. Accessible in the Sprint and Veloce trim levels.
Alfa Romeo will offer the Competizione exceptional series with the Giulia and the Stelvio. This first-release bundle can be matched with the Veloce trims of the vehicle and the SUV and adds select options like Moon Light grey matte color, red brake calliper, 21-inch alloys for Stelvio, Harman Kardon audio, leather upholstery dashboard, privacy glass, Alfa Active suspension and much more.
2023 Alfa Romeo Giulia
The facelift for the Alfa Romeo Giulia gets a change to the front with the new 3+3 LED headlamps with LED DRLs and the new design for the Trilobo grille. The back also gets a rejig with the new LED taillamps with a smoked glossy black finish.
Updates to the cabin incorporate the new 12.3-inch instrument show which gets configurable choices. The infotainment show accompanies Alfa interface benefits that incorporates OTA updates as well as smartphone connectivity to control specific vehicle capabilities. It additionally gets ADAS highlight.
The Giulia utilizes a 2.0-liter super petroleum which produces 276bhp and 400Nm of force. The power is sent to the back tires just through a 8-speed programmed transmission. The 2023 Alfa Romeo Giulia is accessible in the Run base and the Veloce manages. Likewise accessible with the Q2 self-locking back mechanical differential.
The 2023 Alfa Romeo Giulia and Stelvio will begin arriving at showrooms in the Unified Realm mid 2023.