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Car FYI’s 2024 Canadian Automotive Guide: Alfa Romeo


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2024 Product Lineup: Giulia, Giulia Quadrifoglio, Stelvio, Stelvio Quadrifoglio, Tonale, Tonale PHEV

Overall Brand Impression: 

Alfa Romeo is an unmistakably Italian auto brand that proudly admires in the design and performance of their 2024 model lineup. Joining the Giulia and Stelvio in the marque’s vehicle portfolio is the Tonale compact crossover.

What’s New for 2024: 

An all-new model for the 2024 model year, the Alfa Romeo Tonale has been for sale in Canada through much of 2023. The Tonale features a youthful, athletic exterior style combined with a satisfyingly high amount of standard content including a 12.3-inch driver cluster, 10.25-inch center touchscreen as well as high-tech safety features including adaptive cruise control and Traffic Sign Recognition. The Alfa Romeo Tonale also launched as the first car to incorporate an NFT (non-fungible token) digital certificate that evolves with the vehicle’s life. The 2.0-turbocharged four-cylinder or a plug-in hybrid combining a 1.3-turbocharged engine with a 90 kW electric motor is available propulsion for the 2024 Alfa Romeo Tonale. 

A host of special edition schemes will be marketed across the Alfa Romeo product lineup for 2024. Giulia and Stelvio Quadrifoglio models are being sold with a Carbon Edition. With only 130 combined examples being sold in North America, Carbon Edition involves a host of carbon fiber trim components. The 2024 Giulia sedan itself boasts the will-appointed Competizione model equipped with a Harman Kardon sound system, darker privacy glass and a unique Moonlight Gray matte exterior colour. A 100th Anniversary Quadrifoglio Edition is also part of the Alfa Romeo Giulia’s lineup. All three 2024 Alfa Romeo models will be offered as a special Tributo Italiano edition model. A limited-run edition being made available globally for the first time, Tributo Italiano models will be exclusively released in a trio of colours shared with the Italian flag (Rosso Alfa, Verde Monteal and Bianco Alfa) accompanied with ta black roof. Alfa Romeo’s 2024 Tributo Italiano vehicles will come well-equipped with features including perforated leather seats with red accents and a 14-speaker audio system. 

Highlight Models for 2024:

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Alfa Romeo Giulia 100th Anniversary Quadrifoglio (Estimated over $100,000 Canadian): Limited to only 100 vehicles worldwide, Alfa Romeo celebrates a century-long existence of the brand’s motorsport-bred four-leaf lucky charm. Accompanying the 505-horsepower sport sedan, the 100th Anniversary Quadrifoglio includes special badging, Alcantara seats, gold stitching throughout the interior and gold-coloured brake calipers. 

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Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale (Estimated 1.7-million euros or $2.497 million Canadian): Expected to enter production midway in 2024 is Alfa Romeo’s modern tribute to a classic 1967 33 Stradale. The all-new Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale is a deeply alluring exotic supercar. The strong aesthetic beauty of the two-seat machine is both purposeful and artistic with incorporating tightly balanced aerodynamics, wraparound sunroof, active suspension and an interior control layout echoing back to 1960s race car cockpits. Each one of the 33 production examples of the 33 Stradale has already been sold with the future owners said to have intimately guided the vehicle’s final design through the Alfa Romeo Bottega creative department. Another standout quality of the Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale is the availability of two powerplant options; a twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 gasoline engine producing 620 horsepower and a fully electric powertrain generating an estimated 750 horsepower.


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