The pandemic can’t stop car enthusiasts from getting their dream car. That’s why Alfa Romeo is still releasing their 2022 versions of their vehicles for the American market.
Are you in the market for some Alfa Romeo cars? Although there are different models, there are only two models that they currently sell. These are the Giulia and the Stelvio.
Just like other vehicle models, these two have also received updates. Both of the models had just received updates when it comes to their looks by mid-2021. So most of those changes are getting carried over for the 2022 model.
However, there are still some notable updates when it comes to features focusing on safety, the new trim levels, and convenience.
Alfa Romeo Giulia 2022
Take a look at the Giulia and you’d be impressed with how good it looks. It is one of Alfa Romeo’s best-looking vehicles even if it’s not as luxurious as the other sedans from various brands, it is still a competitive one. That’s all thanks to the Italian design plus the great performance it offers.
As for 2022, this model will be available in various trim levels, namely the Sprint, Veloce, Ti, and Quadrifoglio. Previously, the Veloce trim level was known as Ti Sport.
Standard technologies are added to the latest versions. Such would include the automatic high-beam headlights, lane-departure warning, sensors for front and rear, blind-spot warning, and adaptive cruise control.
All trims will also have wireless charging plus navigation is also improved. There are also auto-dim rearview mirrors, heated seats, and an air quality system for further safety and comfort. Bag hooks and a cargo net will be included in the Ti and Veloce trims.
As for the design, they’ll have a darker grille plus the adaptive bi-xenon headlights. The Veloce is the only one with the finned rear diffuser. There would also be a dark headliner and aluminum sport pedals for the Veloce, Sprint, and Ti. Additionally, aluminum paddle shifters will be fitted in the Veloce and Sprint trim models.
Alfa Romeo Stelvio 2022
Similar to the Giulia, the Stelvio also has design changes and performance upgrades too. It is also available in 4 trims just like the Giulia and will receive upgrades for both safety and convenience.
The ADAS or advanced driving assistance system will be upgraded to include adaptive cruise control, automatic high-beam headlamps, lane-departure warning, blind-spot warning, and parking sensors just like the Giulia. Similarly, it will also feature auto-dimming rearview mirrors, heated seats, and wireless device charging.
As for the design upgrades, aluminum paddle shifters will be present on the Veloce and Sprint while aluminum sport pedals will be found on the Ti trim. The overall appeal of the Stelvio for 2022 will look more aggressive due to the darkly colored Scudetto grille, skid plate, roof rails, and exhaust tips. As a standard styling, the Vesuvio Gray body kit will be present in the Ti models.