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Here are a few changes to MY 2022.

Ti Sport to rebadged to Veloce name (North America)
Ti Lusso package = gone
Ti Carbon package = gone
4 colors of brake calipers to now 2 (red and silver?) Not seeing black or yellow.
32 wheels to 13 wheels combinations (Giulia + Stelvio)
17 exterior colors to 10 exterior colors
All trims get standard wireless charging
All trims get standard ADAS 1 (Blind spot, ACC, LDW, auto high beam, front park assist, auto dim mirrors)
Sprint gets standard navigation
Ti, Veloce, QV get standard hands free liftgate
 

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Here are a few changes to MY 2022.

Ti Carbon package = gone
4 colors of brake calipers to now 2 (red and silver?) Not seeing black or yellow.
Guess that will make my Misano Blue Ti Sport Carbon with yellow calipers even a rarer beast.
 
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Guess that will make my Misano Blue Ti Sport Carbon with yellow calipers even a rarer sexy beast.
You forgot something ^^^
 

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You forgot something ^^^
Yes, thank you. it is a very sexy beast. I just had to go out to the garage and take a look at it.

lol

Too bad about the green going away. I was toying around with the idea of getting the green QV. In the next model year.
 
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Here are a few changes to MY 2022.

Ti Sport to rebadged to Veloce name (North America)
Ti Lusso package = gone
Ti Carbon package = gone
4 colors of brake calipers to now 2 (red and silver?) Not seeing black or yellow.
32 wheels to 13 wheels combinations (Giulia + Stelvio)
17 exterior colors to 10 exterior colors
All trims get standard wireless charging
All trims get standard ADAS 1 (Blind spot, ACC, LDW, auto high beam, front park assist, auto dim mirrors)
Sprint gets standard navigation
Ti, Veloce, QV get standard hands free liftgate
Where did you see this?
 

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Some big changes. Glad I ordered my Ti Sport w/ carbon package when I did. What exterior colors got the axe?
The colors I'm seeing moving forward are

Alfa Rosso
Alfa White
Anodized Blue
Moolight Grey
Vesuvio Gray
Vulcano Black
Misano Blue
Ocra GT
Rosso ETNA
Verda Montreal

No more Montecarlo, Rosso Competizione, Silverstone, Visconte, Tricoat White, Stromboli off the top of my head.
 

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ADAS 1 package is nice. Adds value that honestly should have been standard on the 2020 or 2021 models IMO considering the car's segment.

Not the best sign for the car as a whole, but better value for those of us looking to pick up one of the final years on the Giorgio platform.
 

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Damn shame about the calipers and Visconte going away. If I got a new one--or a Stelvio--I'd want the Verde with tan/chocolate interior and yellow calipers.

Leased a 2020 Stelvio for the wife back in February. Vulcano Black/Chocolate/Yello Calipers/Nero. Wasn't a huge fan of the black going into it but the yellow calipers are awesome on it.

I agree with "...and so it begins" but, to be fair, most stock I see from dealers is all black or red interiors with Verde and yellow calipers in general being hard to come by. Still sucks that you won't be able to build one out if you wanted to though.
 

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Damn shame about the calipers and Visconte going away. If I got a new one--or a Stelvio--I'd want the Verde with tan/chocolate interior and yellow calipers.

Leased a 2020 Stelvio for the wife back in February. Vulcano Black/Chocolate/Yello Calipers/Nero. Wasn't a huge fan of the black going into it but the yellow calipers are awesome on it.

I agree with "...and so it begins" but, to be fair, most stock I see from dealers is all black or red interiors with Verde and yellow calipers in general being hard to come by. Still sucks that you won't be able to build one out if you wanted to though.
Glad I got mine in 2021.
 

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yeah glad i got Rosso Comp Carbon w/ yellow calipers.
but wouldn't mind verde mont, but i want yellow calipers w/ it
 

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The colors I'm seeing moving forward are

Alfa Rosso
Alfa White
Anodized Blue
Moolight Grey
Vesuvio Gray
Vulcano Black
Misano Blue
Ocra GT
Rosso ETNA
Verda Montreal

No more Montecarlo, Rosso Competizione, Silverstone, Visconte, Tricoat White, Stromboli off the top of my head.
We need someone to get to the bottom of whether Montreal Green is going to be available or not.
 

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I agree with "...and so it begins" but, to be fair, most stock I see from dealers is all black or red interiors with Verde and yellow calipers in general being hard to come by. Still sucks that you won't be able to build one out if you wanted to though.
It doesn't appear as a doom and gloom thing. It looks like they're trying to position themselves with other automakers.

Align to the Global standard product offerings – reduced complexity yields higher overall quality
 

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We need to keep in mind 2022 will be the 6th model year and now the new m3 is closer than ever in terms of performance (grille aside). Alfa needs a change to keep up. The GTA should have been it, but 250 units at 180k or whatever price it is isn't going to do it unfortunately
 

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I support these changes. They need to reduce their costs on this car and simplification is one way to do it. The Lusso is a joke and has been from day 1. It's missing far too many features to be considered a luxury trim. TBH, given the number of new competitors hitting the scene this year and next, the Alfa is becoming a very hard sell. It doesn't have enough tech for its price range. The handling advantage just isn't enough for a lot of people to compromise on the features that are expected in the 50k+ price category.
 

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I support these changes. They need to reduce their costs on this car and simplification is one way to do it. The Lusso is a joke and has been from day 1. It's missing far too many features to be considered a luxury trim. TBH, given the number of new competitors hitting the scene this year and next, the Alfa is becoming a very hard sell. It doesn't have enough tech for its price range. The handling advantage just isn't enough for a lot of people to compromise on the features that are expected in the 50k+ price category.
$27,000 Toyoto COROLLA (XSE) has more features... 😐
 
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