Alfa Romeo is introducing the new Veloce Ti variant in their European 2021 Stelvio range for those who want the absolute best from their Stelvio, this side of the ultra-hot Quadrifoglio.
The new 2021 Stelvio Veloce Ti can be distinguished by its Quadrifoglio-inspired exterior look, comprised of a new rear bumper and diffuser, as well as a set of new 21-inch alloy wheels – a first for the Stelvio.
The cabin shares more Quadrifoglio details, including sports seats in leather and Alcantara, black headliner, and real carbon fiber accents. The new Stelvio Veloce Ti also comes with dark window surrounds and exterior badges, as well as tinted windows.
European customers looking to get the new Stelvio Veloce Ti will have to choose between the 280 HP 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinder petrol and the 210 HP 2.2-liter diesel, both paired to an eight-speed automatic transmission and the company’s Q4 all-wheel-drive system.
For the 2021 model year, both the Alfa Romeo Stelvio and Giulia are available with a bundle of the company’s latest connected services, including remote functions like vehicle location, sending destinations to the navigation system, sharing the internet connection with up to 8 devices, and more.
In addition, Alfa Romeo’s models feature a Level 2 driver assistance package that combines Lane Keeping Assist, Active Cruise Control, Traffic Sign Recognition, Traffic Jam Assist, and Highway Assist, and Driver Attention Assist among others.
Alfa Romeo has begun accepting orders for the 2021 Stelvio and Giulia models, which are set to hit the major European markets in early 2021. There’s no word yet on whether or when we’ll see similar offerings in America for the Stelvio lineup.