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The end is nigh for two of the most exciting Alfas in recent memory. The Italian automaker is preparing to discontinue the V6-powered Giulia and Stelvio Quadrifoglio after the 2024 model year, leaving only the mainstream four-cylinder versions left in showrooms. The pair will be sent off with a limited-production Super Sport edition, which focuses mainly on exclusive touches for the exterior and interior.


Under the hood, the Super Sport models continue to feature the Ferrari-derived 2.9 liter V6 that we'll be sorely missing after 2024. The same eight-speed automatic transmission sends 505 hp and 443 lb-ft of torque to the wheels––the Stelvio uses all four while the Giulia limits things to the rears––and getting from 0-60 mph takes only 3.6 seconds in the Giulia, while the Stelvio accelerates in an even quicker 3.3 seconds.




The Super Sport models can be identified by their blacked-out exterior color scheme, with a new black background for the Quadrifoglio badging and a similar finish for the brake calipers. The grilles and mirror caps get carbon fiber trim elements, while Alfa Romeo's distinctive five-hole design graces the darkened wheels. Color options are limited to Rosso Etna and Nero Vulcano, though Bianco Alfa is also added to the palette for the Giulia. The sedan also sets itself apart from the Stelvio with a carbon fiber roof, but the tradeoff is that only the crossover comes with a panoramic sunroof.


Inside, the Super Sport models have dark upholstery accompanied by a pop of red with neat 3D carbon fiber trim on the center console, dashboard trim, and door cards. "Super Sport" is embroidered on the headrests in a similar shade of red to match the contrast stitching, while the build number is stitched in black.



Out of the 450 Quadrifoglio Super Sport models destined for customers worldwide, only 72 Giulias and 54 Stelvios will make it to the United States. The limited-edition Giulia begins at $88,365, which means it charges an extra $6,510 over the standard sedan. The Stelvio only adds $1,000 to the crossover's standard price, costing $95,965 for the Super Sport.


Order books are now open for both models, and you can secure one of the few build slots on Alfa Romeo's official website.



Image Credits: Alfa Romeo
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May 26, 2024
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Alfa Romeo Sends Off Quadrifoglio V6 With Super Sport Limited Editions

The performance-oriented Giulia and Stelvio will be leaving us after the 2024 model year.

The end is nigh for two of the most exciting Alfas in recent memory. The Italian automaker is preparing to discontinue the V6-powered Giulia and Stelvio Quadrifoglio after the 2024 model year, leaving only the mainstream four-cylinder versions left in showrooms. The pair will be sent off with a limited-production Super Sport edition, which focuses mainly on exclusive touches for the exterior and interior.


Under the hood, the Super Sport models continue to feature the Ferrari-derived 2.9 liter V6 that we'll be sorely missing after 2024. The same eight-speed automatic transmission sends 505 hp and 443 lb-ft of torque to the wheels––the Stelvio uses all four while the Giulia limits things to the rears––and getting from 0-60 mph takes only 3.6 seconds in the Giulia, while the Stelvio accelerates in an even quicker 3.3 seconds.




The Super Sport models can be identified by their blacked-out exterior color scheme, with a new black background for the Quadrifoglio badging and a similar finish for the brake calipers. The grilles and mirror caps get carbon fiber trim elements, while Alfa Romeo's distinctive five-hole design graces the darkened wheels. Color options are limited to Rosso Etna and Nero Vulcano, though Bianco Alfa is also added to the palette for the Giulia. The sedan also sets itself apart from the Stelvio with a carbon fiber roof, but the tradeoff is that only the crossover comes with a panoramic sunroof.


Inside, the Super Sport models have dark upholstery accompanied by a pop of red with neat 3D carbon fiber trim on the center console, dashboard trim, and door cards. "Super Sport" is embroidered on the headrests in a similar shade of red to match the contrast stitching, while the build number is stitched in black.



Out of the 450 Quadrifoglio Super Sport models destined for customers worldwide, only 72 Giulias and 54 Stelvios will make it to the United States. The limited-edition Giulia begins at $88,365, which means it charges an extra $6,510 over the standard sedan. The Stelvio only adds $1,000 to the crossover's standard price, costing $95,965 for the Super Sport.


Order books are now open for both models, and you can secure one of the few build slots on Alfa Romeo's official website.



Image Credits: Alfa Romeo

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