New Alfa Romeo Giulia and Stelvio 2023, all the new restyling features

Debuting are the new Alfa Giulia and Stelvio 2023,restyling of the Milanese manufacturer's two flagships that get a makeover with a tonal heritage, new colors and an expanded engine range.

All in the name of driving pleasure and the brand's ultimate technical expression, including perfect weight balance, driving dynamics, and level-headed technological solutions.

The update also brings a slight drop in price lists: Giulia 2023 starts at €47,050, Stelvio from €53,150.

The cosmetic update once again espouses the "team that wins cannot be changed" philosophy.

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Debuting are the new Alfa Giulia and Alfa Stelvio 2023,restyling of the Italian automaker's two flagships, which get a makeover with a tonal heritage, new colors and an expanded engine lineup. The update also brings a slight drop in price lists. Giulia 2023 starts at €47,050, Stelvio from €53,150.
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Change the front
The cosmetic update once again espouses the "winner takes all" philosophy, although the new restyling leads to somewhat more substantial changes, especially at the front and in the interior. Consistent with a style that continually pays homage to its past, the new Giulia and Stelvio see an unprecedented treatment of the trilobe, and thus the front shield and the two lower grilles that serve as the main air intakes.
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Headlights full-LED
Also new are the light clusters, with the "3+3" headlamps seen on Alfa Romeo Tonale but actually typical of the brand (think of the SZ Zagato and concept Proteo), with technology Full-LED Adaptive Matrix, all to the benefit of night visibility and thus safety.
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New adjustment
In addition to this, there are dynamic turn signals, Adaptive Front Lighting System that provide continuous dipped-beam headlight adjustment based on speed and driving conditions; and Glare-Free High Beam Segmented Technology, which in low-light conditions automatically detects front or oncoming traffic while avoiding dazzling other drivers.
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Rear changes but not too much
Behind the changes are there, albeit less obvious, with a revamped layout of the LED light clusters. Stelvio, in particular, has smoked glass and gloss black finish. Alfa Romeo Giulia adopts glass and clear finish Finally the new coloring Matt Gray,
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The interior
Inside we first notice improvements in the finish, with a build quality and perception to sight and touch perhaps never seen on these two models.
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The digital cluster
But the upgrade is first and foremost technological. Another legacy derived fromAlfa Romeo Tonaleis the 12.3-inch full-HD, full-information digital "Spyglass" cluster .
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Touch screen display
In the center, the 8.8-inch touch screen display remains integrated into the dashboard, with updated OS supporting updates Over-The-Air and remote connectivity. In fact, it integrates with Alfa Connected Services, to control the car remotely via smartphone.
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NFT Technology
In addition, NFT technology will also be available on Giulia and Stelvio , which is based on the concept of "blockchain card", a digital and unmodifiable registry with all the car's info, used as a guarantee that the vehicle is well maintained and thus benefiting residual value.
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No electric motors
The upgrade brought no electrification, not even mild hybrid. And this is not because the architecture does not support it but to leave intact the dynamics and driving pleasure typical of the two cars.
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Used lightweight materials
Starting with the perfect weight balance, 50/50 on both Alfa Romeo Giulia and Stelvio, and also given by the choice of lightweight materials, starting with the aluminum that makes up the engine and the carbon that makes up the drive shaft. Then there is Q4 all-wheel drive, on the 280-hp gasoline and the 210-hp diesel, with all the advantages of 4×4 but at the same time with reduced fuel consumption, and always with the driving pleasure of a rear-wheel drive car.
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The basic engine
The base of the engine range is the 2.0 Turbo Diesel 160-hp rear-wheel drive (Q2), but all Alfa Giulia and Stelvio 2023 are mated to an 8-speed ZF automatic transmission with sequential and aluminum paddles
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