2024 Alfa Romeo Giulia, Stelvio Gain Exclusive Editions

Alfa Romeo is adding a pair of special editions to the Giulia sedan and Stelvio SUV for 2024.

First, with the Italian automaker celebrating 100 years of Quadrifoglio performance, there’s naturally a 100th Anniversary model. However, only 100 units will be available—not just in Canada but globally. Good luck grabbing one.

Other than the obligatory 100th Anniversary badging, highlights include gold-coloured brake calipers, unique wheels (19 inches on Giulia, 21 inches on Stelvio), carbon fibre mirror caps and a carbon fibre V scudetto grille.

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Inside, the special model includes Alcantara seats and gold stitching on the dash, steering wheel and doors.


Next up is the equally new Competizione model, which slots just below the Quadrifoglio. This one features exclusive Moonlight Grey matte paint as a unique option and red brake calipers. Darker privacy glass completes the look.

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The interior adds a 14-speaker Harman Kardon audio system, leather-upholstered dashboard, upgraded sport seats with red stitching and Competizione badging on the seat sides and headrests.

Similar to the Sprint, Ti and Veloce models, the Competizione is matched with Alfa Romeo’s turbocharged 2.0-litre engine delivering 280 horsepower and 306 lb-ft. of torque. Dynamic upgrades include Alfa Active Suspension, limited-slip differential and an optional staggered wheel package.

The 2024 Alfa Romeo Giulia Competizione and Stelvio Competizione will arrive in Canadian dealerships this spring. As for the 100th Anniversary Quadrifoglio models, they’ll launch in the summer. Prices have yet to be announced.

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What Else is New for 2024?

Alfa Romeo has made a few other changes to both vehicles for 2024. The list includes new Trilobe LED Adaptive Matrix headlights, new taillights in smoked glass with a glossy black finish and new V-Scudetto grille insert.

Inside, look for an all-new 12.3-inch digital instrument panel that can be reconfigured into three layouts: Evolved, Relax and Heritage. What’s more, new Alfa Connect services are available with the Giulia, which also offers improved OTA update capability.

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