Prices for the new 2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia and Quadrifoglio in the US have been officially released. The Giulia sedan starts at $38,990 while the Quadrifoglio is priced at $73,595. Alfa Romeo’s mid variant, or the Turismo Internazionale, comes with a price tag of $40,990.
Only this year, the Quadrifoglio production sedan set an impressive new record at Nurburgring finishing with a total of 7 minutes and 32 seconds lap time. The Quadrifoglio features a 505hp 2.9 litre V6 twin turbo engine that can go from 0-60 miles per hour in just 3.8 seconds. Meanwhile, both the Turismo Internazionale and the standard Giulia come with a 280hp 2.0 litre, 4 cylinder turbo engine capable of up to 306 lb-ft of torque. This allows the TI and the Giulia to sprint from 0-60 miles per hour in as short 5.1 seconds.
Alfa Romeo’s base model sedan will also feature bi xenon for its headlights, a 6.5-inches infotainment display, 10-way power seat adjustments and leather interior. There is also a Sport Exterior Package that can be bought for an additional $1,250. This package includes colored brake calipers, black trims for the windows, an 18-inch set of wheels along with a “more aggressive" front and rear bumpers.
Additional upgrades can go with the TI such as an 8.8-inch infotainment system, heated steering wheel, heated front seats and some wood for the cabin trims. The “Performance” package meanwhile comes with limited slip differential lock and adaptive suspension.
The Turismo Internazionale is available in 2 package options that are priced at $2,250. The sport package includes a special front and rear fascia that resembles the Quadrifoglio. Aside from this, it also comes with 19-inch phone dial wheels and black window trims. For its interiors, the sport package lets you equip the cabin with either walnut or oak accents along with Lusso’s typical Italian leather or Pieno Fiore.
Understandably, Alfa Romeo offers a higher performance package for the top-ranging Quadrifoglio such as Sparco carbon fibre seats and Brembo carbon ceramic brakes to name a few. Carbon fibre materials are also employed for its rear spoiler, roof, hood and active front splitter. The Quadrifoglio’s cabin has combined sport and luxury on its amenities like carbon trims, dashboard wrapped in fine leather and sport seats.
Other than these, we can also expect the sedan to come with the usual torque vectoring differential and adaptive suspension system. Both the four-door sedan and the TI are expected to arrive at dealers this January 2017. The Quadrifoglio on the other hand is already available this December.