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2024 last year for the ICE QV?

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Reports are that the 2025 Giulia QV will be a 1000hp electric vehicle. Does anyone have any info on if that means the 2024 QV will be the final year for the V6?
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While I am 100% Team Rosso Etna (especially as a Sicilian), I must say that Montreal Green is the best color (I am French Canadian also, haha). Misano is great too, but this is special:
I am kind of surprised how many people like the green. One of my biggest problems is how goofy it is to have a Italian car with a 4 leaf clover and in the color green. Gives the car Irish vibes 馃槀.

I personally will stick with Etna or Alfa Rosso on a Italian made car.
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While I am 100% Team Rosso Etna (especially as a Sicilian), I must say that Montreal Green is the best color (I am French Canadian also, haha). Misano is great too, but this is special:
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You're right, that X1/9 is special! The wheels clash badly, but otherwise a special car.
I am kind of surprised how many people like the green. One of my biggest problems is how goofy it is to have a Italian car with a 4 leaf clover and in the color green. Gives the car Irish vibes 馃槀.

I personally will stick with Etna or Alfa Rosso on a Italian made car.
While I agree the clover was originally odd to me (I now understand it), green is as much a part of Italy as red and white. Plus, the metallic yellow flake in MG is gorgeous.
While I agree the clover was originally odd to me (I now understand it), green is as much a part of Italy as red and white. Plus, the metallic yellow flake in MG is gorgeous.
The problem isn`t the clover or the green by themselves. Its the combination that makes it funny to me. But hey it doesn`t matter what others think. I just think its funny no one talks about it.
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I suspect history may repeat repeat, with the IC Giulia bowing out a year before the IC Stelvio. But then, the BEV Stelvio will precede the BEV Giulia when that generation is launched. As accurate as forum members鈥 F1 predictions? We鈥檒l find out in three or four years.
2026 (calendar year) is my guess as to the earliest a BEV Alfa Romeo will come to the US.
2026 (calendar year) is my guess as to the earliest a BEV Alfa Romeo will come to the US.
I concur. I don鈥檛 see Giulia and Stelvio launching simultaneously, so anticipate one following a year later.

Any guesses about the Tonale/Hornet鈥檚 longevity?
I concur. I don鈥檛 see Giulia and Stelvio launching simultaneously, so anticipate one following a year later.

Any guesses about the Tonale/Hornet鈥檚 longevity?
Tonale/Hornet will soldier on, as is, until 2030. Then switch to STLA-Medium.
Tonale/Hornet will soldier on, as is, until 2030. Then switch to STLA-Medium.
That鈥檚 pretty long-lead information.
I鈥檓 curious where you learned it.
That鈥檚 pretty long-lead information.
I鈥檓 curious where you learned it.
Just an educated guess. Typical product cycle is 5 years, then a refresh. So, 2022-2030 = 8 years. I can't see them selling a PHEV after 2030. Of course, they could dump the Tonale/Hornet after 5 years and come out with a BEV in 2027.
I suspect history may repeat repeat, with the IC Giulia bowing out a year before the IC Stelvio. But then, the BEV Stelvio will precede the BEV Giulia when that generation is launched.
According to Italian sources the schedule currently is
2025 (for MY26) Giulia II
2026 (for MY27) Stelvio II
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FYI the Tonale green is not Verde Montreal even though the pics look like it is. It鈥檚 called Verde Fangio and it鈥檚 a little darker.
Thank you again, I borrowed a new brain And built the Tonale in Verde Fangio and of course it鈥檚 darker a beautiful color AND metallic. We may still go look at the Tonale in that color when it comes in but since I can鈥檛 get it on a 鈥24 Giulia QF I don鈥檛 have to worry about it. The more I look at Verde Montreal the more I like it but I have to have a metallic paint so it still looking like Misano, which is the color in my order.
Thanks again to you and everyone here who鈥檚 helping me answer questions and helped me arrive at the spec for my order.
Alfa rosso is the only non metallic color on qvs
I wonder why some paints are referred to with the word metallic in the configurator like Misano i ordered but Montreal is called tricolor and does not feature the word metallic?
I came here today after a long time to see what the rumors are on the USMY24QV. Thinking I should get one assuming it'll be the last ICE year.
I wonder why some paints are referred to with the word metallic in the configurator like Misano i ordered but Montreal is called tricolor and does not feature the word metallic?
Montreal Green is about as metallic as it gets. It looks like a shiny green June bug in the sunlight.
It鈥檚 VERY green.
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Montreal Green is about as metallic as it gets. It looks like a shiny green June bug in the sunlight.
It鈥檚 VERY green.
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Thank you for throwing that beetle into our configuration, seriously, you answered my question and I have a larger conundrum. I will properly ignore the lack of the word 'metallic'. The wife and I have a serious decision, still leaning Misano but every time I see pics of Montreal I want it. grrrrrr.
Thanks again !
Thank you for throwing that beetle into our configuration, seriously, you answered my question and I have a larger conundrum. I will properly ignore the lack of the word 'metallic'. The wife and I have a serious decision, still leaning Misano but every time I see pics of Montreal I want it. grrrrrr.
Thanks again !
The green is great. I have yet to meet someone who doesn鈥檛 love it. I had an Ocra QV before this one and that was about 50/50 love and hate. The green is universally liked in person. The only other color I鈥檇 be happy with is Etna. The blue is nice but there are 20 other cars with similar blues.
Alfa rosso is the only non metallic color on qvs
This is exactly why I searched so long for one.
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I wonder why some paints are referred to with the word metallic in the configurator like Misano i ordered but Montreal is called tricolor and does not feature the word metallic?
No idea. And some colors use the Italian word such as Alfa Rosso while others use English such as vulcano black (although I'm having none of it anymore!)
The green is great. I have yet to meet someone who doesn鈥檛 love it. I had an Ocra QV before this one and that was about 50/50 love and hate. The green is universally liked in person. The only other color I鈥檇 be happy with is Etna. The blue is nice but there are 20 other cars with similar blues.
You have conveniently forgotten my thread where I said the color disappointed me when I saw it in-person. Several people in that thread criticized me because they didn't know why I was bothering to post....

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Scratching my head.
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