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Alfa Romeo Bids Farewell to Quadrifoglio Models with One Last Special Edition in US

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Alfa Romeo is bidding farewell to its Quadrifoglio models in the United States, marking the end of an era for these high-performance vehicles. While they will continue to be available in Europe, their discontinuation in the US is being marked by a special edition sendoff. This limited-run release, dubbed the “Super Sport,” pays homage to Alfa Romeo’s historic win at the 1928 Mille Miglia with the 6C 1500 Super Sport.

One striking feature of these special editions is the red carbon weave interior, a departure from the standard design. Additionally, the iconic four-leaf clover logo, present for 101 years, now features a black triangle instead of the usual white background. The exterior paint options include Nero Vulcano metallic as well as Rosso Etna and Bianco Alfa.

For enthusiasts opting for the sports sedan variant, there’s the choice of a carbon fiber roof, while the SUV counterpart boasts larger 21-inch alloys. Both models come equipped with black brake calipers, an Akrapovic exhaust system with carbon fiber finishers, and carbon mirrors and front splitter for added sportiness.

However, the real highlight lies within the cabin, where red carbon fiber accents adorn the dashboard, center console, and door cards, creating a visually stunning 3D effect. These accents are complemented by red stitching on the seats, adding to the overall premium feel of the interior. Production of these special editions is limited, with only 275 examples of the Giulia and 175 units of the Stelvio being made available globally, including for the US market.

In terms of pricing, the Giulia Super Sport starts at $88,365, while the Stelvio Super Sport is priced at $95,965. Despite the discontinuation of the Quadrifoglio models in the US, Alfa Romeo assures fans that this is not the end of the story. Larry Dominique, Head of North American Operations, hinted at the future of the brand, suggesting that fully electric Quadrifoglio models are on the horizon. Furthermore, the next-generation Giulia, slated for release in 2026, will utilize the same underpinnings as the latest Dodge Charger and promises to be a game-changer in the automotive industry.


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