Alfa Romeo has finally released pricing details of the U.S. spec Giulia and Quadrifoglio, starting at $37,995 and $72,000 respectively.
An entry level Giulia will set you back $37,995 and that’s not including the $995 destination charge for the Giulia and Giulia Ti. That price comes with an aluminum 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinder engine capable of putting down 280 horsepower and 306 lb-ft of torque. Even though this is the entry-level model, it can still go from 0-60 mph in just 5.1 thanks to an eight-speed automatic transmission and hit a top speed of 149 mph. Rear wheel drive is the standard, but those who want the Q4 all-wheel drive system will have to tack on an extra $2,000.
Other standard features include leather seats, bi-xenon headlamps, rear view camera, 7 in touchscreen infotainment unit, rear parking sensors, remote start, carbon fiber driveshaft and more. If that’s not enough, there’s an optional $1,250 Sport Exterior Package and it will get you front and rear sport fascias, 18-inch wheels with painted brake calipers, and gloss black window trim.
One step up is the $39,995 Giulia Ti with the same engine and features as the entry-level variant, but it comes with additional standard equipment including a 8.8-inch display, heated steering wheel and front seats, 18-inch wheels, genuine wood interior accents and SiriusXM. There are three optional packages available for the Giulia Ti: Ti Sport, Ti Lusso and Ti Performance. The first two packages add on interior and exterior trimmings for $2,250. As for the Ti Performance package, CarScoops said that pricing has not been released yet, but it will come with adaptive suspension, mechanical limited slip differential and aluminium paddle shifters.
Sitting above the Ti is the Giulia Quadrifoglio which starts at $72,000 excluding the $15,595 destination fee. Costing almost double the base model, the Quadrifoglio is powered by a 2.9-liter twin-turbocharged V6. Mated to a paddle-shifted eight-speed automatic transmission, the engine produces a very respectable 503 hp and it can sprint from 0-60 mph in 3.8 seconds. This is the model that lapped the Nurburgring in just 7 minutes and 32 seconds, beating the times set by the Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 and Porsche Panamera Turbo.
Giulia Quadrifoglio sales in the U.S. will start this month with the 2.0-liter turbos going on sale in January next year.