Changes to 2021 Alfa Romeo Models

Alfa Romeo cancelled its sports car model for 2021, sending the 4C Spider out with a limited-production run of special editions. The move leaves Fiat Chrysler’s luxury performance brand with just two compact vehicles for 2021: the Giulia sedan and Stelvio SUV. Both models benefit from a simplified trim level lineup, added standard equipment, and repackaged options that reduce build complexity and help to add value.

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A 4-door sports sedan, the 2021 Alfa Romeo Giulia comes in new-for-2021 Sprint trim, which serves as the entry point for the car. It is value-packed with performance, features, and style. An Active Assist I option package combines ADAS features from two previous upgrades and makes them available at a 70% discount. Additional Giulia Sprint option packages include the Performance Package and the Sun & Sound Package.

Mid-level Giulia Ti and Ti Sport trim gain a standard dual-pane sunroof, upgraded infotainment system, and a limited-slip differential. A Lusso Package is offered for the Giulia Ti, while the Giulia Ti Sport is available with a Carbon Package.

The high-performance Giulia Quadrifoglio models are unchanged, save for new paint colors offered on all trims. They include Ocra GT Junior, Rosso GTA, Rosso Villa d'Este, and Verde Montreal.

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The 2021 Stelvio is Alfa Romeo’s athletic SUV. It’s offered in the same new paint colors as the Giulia sedan, as well as a new Sprint trim level. Changes to the 2021 Stelvio mirror those for the Giulia, but with a few differences. The Stelvio Ti and Stelvio Ti Sport have a standard sport-design rear diffuser panel and 20-inch or 21-inch 5-hole wheel designs. The Stelvio Quadifoglio also offers the 21-inch wheel in a dark or silver finish.

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is the source of information in this article. It was accurate on December 17, 2020, but it may have changed since that date. Always confirm product details and availability with the automaker's website or your local dealership.