Alfa Romeo smashed two Nurburgring records in the recent years and they are celebrating this feat at the Geneva Motor Show next week with a special Nurburgring Edition. The Giulia Quadrifoglio became the fastest sedan around the Green Hell and the Stelvio Quadrifoglio was the quickest SUV. This called for the special ‘NRING’ editions for the Italian duo.
The NRING edition of the sedan and the SUV will be limited to just 108 units, one for each year of the history of Alfa Romeo. The special NRING is painted in unique Circuito grey and carbon fibre finish on the front badge, the rearview mirror and the side skirts. The performance bits are carbon-ceramic brakes, Sparco seat with contrast stitching, Mopar gear knob, Alcantara wrapped steering wheel and many more carbon fibre inserts. The Giulia also premieres a new bare carbon roof while the floor mats have a red logo developed by Mopar.
Joining the NRING duo at the Geneva stand will be two other variants of the Stelvio – the Super and Performance Pack. These trims get a leather dashboard and door panels while the Performance Pack gets an active Alfa Active Suspension, a self-locking rear mechanical differential and paddle shifters machined from solid aluminium. There will also be performance and cosmetic inserts all around.
A Guilia Veloce Ti will also be included to pay homage to the coveted “Turismo internazionale” badging which has always been reserved for the most lavishly equipped, leading-edge, extreme versions. The performance sedan flaunts almost all the cosmetic parts as the NRING but with V insignia on the cloverleaf of the Alfa badge. There are red brake callipers and 19-inch wheels as well. The same design treatment is done to the Alfa Romeo Giulia Super as well.
Also joining the Geneva stage will be the 4C ‘Competizione’ and ‘Italia’ special series for the coupe and spider respectively. These special editions come with special paint schemes, additional carbon details, stylish alloy wheels, funky coloured brake callipers and the Akrapovic titanium central tailpipe. Both the cars get a plaque on the dashboard reminding the occupants that it is a special car.