Alfa Romeo Stelvio, Giulia get interior, tech improvements for 2020
The duo now feature a Level 2-capable driver-assistance suite.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has updated the Alfa Romeo Stelvio and Giulia for the 2020 model year, focusing on interior and technology improvements.
The 2020 model year introduces a new center console, leather-wrapped shifter, knurled dial and updated steering wheel design, while an 8.8-inch touchscreen comes standard with improved graphics and driver-configurable widgets.
Buyers can add an advanced driver assistance package with Level 2 semi-autonomous capabilities. The suite includes highway assist, active lane-keeping assist, traffic jam assist, lane departure warning, blind-spot assist, traffic sign recognition and drowsy driver detection.
The Stelvio has also received a few exterior tweaks, with a new body-color kit featuring painted wheel flares, lower rocker panels and rear fascia, with an available Dark Miron appearance package available on Sport models. An exterior carbon-fiber package is also added for the Stelvio Quadrifoglio.
Pricing for the updated models starts at $40,640 for the Giulia and $42,640 for the Stelvio. Both will begin arriving in showrooms before the end of the year.