The Updated Giulia & Stelvio – Timelessly Evolved

The Updated Giulia & Stelvio – Timelessly Evolved


For 2023, the award-winning Alfa Romeo Giulia and Stelvio receive fetching stylistic updates to progress their distinct embodiments of Italian beauty, and to align clearly with the new Tonale. While powertrains and soul-stirring dynamics remain the same across all model variants, the timeless aesthetics and cohesive structure remain for both as the new, thoughtful details elevate the Giulia and Stelvio into an esteemed company of timeless, modern automotive design.



The Trilobo grille and two-accompanying front airducts continue to exude iconic Italian design with subtle updates to their finish, while the front and rear lights mark the most notable visual update. The ‘3+3′ Full-LED Adaptive Matrix headlights closely resemble those used on the Tonale, and honor the brand’s famous design feature introduced by the SZ Zagato and Proteo concept cars from the late 1980s and early 1990s. The rear lights have also been revised to accentuate both models’ sophisticated and sporting proportions. The Giulia’s rear lights receive a new, crisp glass finish while the Stelvio’s rear lights come in smoked glass with a glossy black finish.



Cutting-edge technology is utilized to improve the interior by way of the all-new 12.3″ TFT screen. Revamped, crisp graphics display all vehicle settings and parameters, including updated autonomous driving aids. The cluster can be configured into three layouts. The first, Evolved, represents the future of Alfa Romeo design and uses the central area of the screen while keeping the remaining quadrants in place. Secondly, Relax, focuses on comfort and is free of detailed vehicle information so as to not overwhelm the driver or passengers. Lastly is Heritage which recalls and takes elements of Alfa Romeo’s iconic 1960s and 1970s models.


The refreshed Giulia and Stelvio arrive in showrooms later this year and promise to captivate enthusiasts and onlookers all over again. Contact us to learn more today.


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