The Alfa Romeo Giulia sedan and Stelvio SUV have been given a new lease of life with the models now falling in line with the brand’s Tonale SUV styling.
Up front, the most significant change is the pair of new ‘3+3’ LED Adaptive Matrix headlights alongside a new finish on the front grilles.
The Giulia and Stelvio’s new headlight design bare a stark similarity to the Tonale but are also said to take inspiration from the SZ Zagato and Proteo concept car.
At the rear, the tail lights have also been given some attention with some mild tweaks to “accentuate the sporty souls” of both models.
On the Stelvio, new clear lens tail lamps are introduced while the Giula receives a smoked lens.
Updates have also been made inside with each model getting a new 12.3-inch instrument panel which can be configured to show three different layouts including Evolved, Relax and Heritage.
By far the most exciting mode is Heritage which introduces a bit of 1960s and 70s flavour to the gauge cluster through classic styling.
Nothing has been changed underneath of either model but a new Competizione ‘special series’ trim introduces an exclusive matte light grey colour and red brake calipers.
Competizione also gives the Stelvio 21-inch alloy wheels while both models come fitted with a Harman/Kardon sound system and a leather dashboard with red stitching.
The updated Alfa Romeo Giulia and Stelvio models will be available from the first quarter of 2023 in the United Kingdom so New Zealand can likely expect to receive them some time later in the year.