Alfa Romeo recently announced 2021 model year changes for the entry-level Giulia sedan and Stelvio SUV.
The alterations aren’t significant, and represent something of a consolidation for the automaker, with the Base, Sport, Ti Lusso, Ti Sport Carbon trim levels dropped for 2021, with some of their features incorporated into the remaining trims.
Top of the pops is still the Quadrifoglio. The 2021 brush-up doesn’t bring any changes to it, and it remains as comprehensive and sporty as it was last year. Its V6 biturbo transfers with its 505 horsepower and 443 pound-feet of torque intact.
The Ti and Ti Sport trim levels now receive previously optional features. Navigation is standard, a suitable addition that should’ve been included previously. The Ti Sport trim level now includes a limited-slip differential for additional performance.
Down at Base level, the Giulia and Stelvio begin as Sprint trim. Automatic emergency braking is included, as are leather seats.
2021 pricing for the Giulia and Stelvio models begins just north of $40K.