Alfa Romeo has announced details for 2021 Giulia and Stelvio models that are currently landing in North American showrooms.
For 2021, the Italian carmaker has simplified the Giulia and Stelvio lineups, reducing the number of trim levels from seven down to four: the Sprint, Ti, Ti Sport and Quadrifoglio. Alfa Romeo has also reduced the number of available content packages.
Entry-level Giulia and Stelvio Sprint models come equipped with a turbocharged four-cylinder producing 280 hp and 306 lb-ft of torque, an 8-speed automatic transmission, bi-xenon headlights, Brembo front brakes, leather seats, 10-way power front seats, remote start, keyless entry, Forward Collision Warning with Full-Speed Stop, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and SiriusXM radio. Shoppers can equip Sprint models with all-wheel drive, as well as the Performance Package, Sun & Sound Package, and Active Assist I Package.
2021 Giulia and Stelvio Ti models add a dual-pane sunroof and an 8.8-inch multi-touch display with HD radio and navigation. Additional equipment found on the Ti Sport includes a limited-slip differential, dark exhaust, a diffuser and 20-inch wheels as standard. Alfa Romeo’s Quadrifoglio-branded models continue to feature a 2.9-liter twin-turbocharged V6 delivering 503 hp.
Key safety features for the 2021 models include Highway Assist System, Traffic Jam Assist System, Traffic Sign Recognition, Intelligent Speed Assist, Lane Keep Assist, Active Blind-spot Assist, Driver Attention Alert and Standard Full-speed Forward Collision Warning-Plus.
Pricing for the 2021 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint starts at $39,450 and rises to $42,700 for the Ti, $45,900 for the Ti Sport, and $74,750 for the Quadrifoglio. Meanwhile, the Stelvio is priced from $41,450 for the Sprint, $47,100 for the Ti, $50,300 for the Ti Sport, and $80,750 for the Quadrifoglio.