Alfa Romeo’s comeback model, the Giulia has just been refreshed for 2018 with a selection of new alloy wheel design, infotainment system and styling options. The stylish Italian sedan, as we know, competes against the likes of the BMW 3 Series and the Mercedes C-Class.
In terms of the exterior options, the Giulia gets optional 18-inch 5-spoke diamond cut alloys on the Super, Tecnica, Speciale and Veloce versions, and optional 19-inch wheels that are available only on the Veloce. To further enhance the styling, the Super variant of the Giulia petrol is now also available with a dual exhaust as optional.
Alfa Romeo has revealed that come October, Apple Carplay and Android Auto will be available as an option across the Giulia range. Its integration allows users to access the main apps of their smartphones directly on the 8.8-inch infotainment system.
Mechanically, the 2018 model year Giulia remains the same and continues to be powered by a range of four cylinder petrol and diesel motors. The high power Giulia Quadrifoglio also remains unchanged with its twin turbo V6 producing in excess of 500bhp. The latter competes against cars like the BMW M3 Competition Pack and the Mercedes AMG C63 S.