Alfa Romeo launches the Estrema version for sports enthusiasts


One of the pillars on which Alfa Romeo wants to build its future,
heredity embedded in your DNA from birthIt’s sportsmanship. A sportiness that inspired its models at the origin of the brand and that is expressed to the maximum in the Quadrifoglio finish. For lovers of strong sensations,
they are now launching the Estrema finish for the Giulia and Stelvio models and that it will only have diesel engines (210 hp, for 64,760 euros) and petrol (280 hp, for 70,780 euros).

The Estrema version is an exclusive edition, of which
the aim is to produce 1,500 units for all of Europe of which the brand hopes to place about 60 in Spain by the end of the year. And they point out that they hope to sell more with the petrol engine, despite the fact that the brand traditionally registers more diesel in Spain.

At the latest this edition
it stands out because it contains carbon details on the edge of the ‘shield’ (front grille) and on the door mirrors. It will only come with four color options (Alpha Red, Alpha White, Misano Blue and Vulcano Black).

Inside, carbon inserts also appear on the dashboard and gearshift platform. But what stands out most is the use of leather on the steering wheel, gear lever and seats with red stitching.

Engines: 210 hp diesel and 280 hp petrol

Dimensions (length/width/height, in meters):

– Stelvio: 4.68/1.90/1.66

– Julia: 4.63/1.87/1.42


– Stelvio: 525 liters

– Julia: 480 liters

Price: From 64,760 euros

Finishes very similar to those of the Quadrifoglio finish, to which the active Alfa suspension should be added. Other small details are the 19 inch wheels with black brake calipers.

Source: La Verdad


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