- Alfa Romeo has released a few updates for the Europe-market Giulia and Stelvio Quadrifoglio, most notably a striking new Montreal Green exterior color.
- These models were already updated for the U.S. market for 2020, but Europe is getting a few things we don’t get.
- Alfa won’t say whether or not the U.S. is getting the color and other new options, but we reckon these upgrades might arrive for the 2021 model year.
Alfa Romeos are stunning cars, and they really pop in this new Montreal Green paint color that’s now available for the Giulia and Stelvio Quadrifoglio models in Europe. This paint color in particular is meant to honor the Alfa Romeo Montreal from the 1970s, and there are other heritage paint colors added to the range, too including 6C Villa d’Este Red and GT Junior Ocra.
The updates for the Europe-market Giulia and Stelvia also include some of the infotainment and driver-assistance features that already came to the U.S.-market cars for 2020. But as is typical, Europe also gets a few cool features that aren’t available for us yet, including a special exhaust, 21-inch wheels for the Stelvio, and nice-looking darkened taillight lenses. View Photos Alfa Romeo
Alfa isn’t saying yet whether or not we’ll get these new colors and features in the U.S. eventually, but we’d wager that a few of these features may come to our shores for the 2021 model year. We’re hoping that at least this eye-popping green color makes its way here so we can see it in the flesh.