The tiny, pure of spirit sports car is discontinued.
Trims for the Italian sedan are simplified: Sprint, Ti, Ti Sport and Quadrifoglio. The Giulia Sprint name recalls an early model and removes the word "Base," a good marketing move. The Giulia Sport and the Ti Lusso trims are discontinued, their content becoming options or option packages. Sprint models get redesigned base 17-inch wheels.
The over-the-top, 505-horsepower Quadrifoglio loses its carbon ceramic brakes package, leaving the iron 14.2-inch brakes the only spec, but with the option of different colored brake calipers. Too few takers at $8000.
No sign of when or if the promised Giulia GTA will appear.
The base Stelvio is also renamed "Sprint." Sport and Lusso trims are discontinued, leaving: Sprint, Ti, Ti Sport.
Stelvio Quadrifoglio also loses its ceramic brake option. You'll have to blow that extra $8000 at the casino.
The Tonale, a smaller crossover, is due to begin production shortly into 2021. Planned initially as Alfa's first plug-in hybrid, it will also fill out the company's need for more crossovers.