The configurator for the United States spec Alfa Romeo Giulia and Giulia Ti has released, enabling potential American purchasers to develop their own Giulia online before going to the dealership.
The configurator for the European-spec Alfa Romeo Giulia introduced last year, although consumers were not able to build the car to U.S. specifications online till this month. The configurator shows the different trim and equipment available with the Giulia and Giulia Ti in the U.S. and uses a complete prices breakdown for both models.
For U.S. spec Giulia Ti, we have opted for an Alfa White outside and Tobacco-colored leather interior with sport seats. We’ve likewise opted for the Ti Sport plan ($1,750), which includes 18-inch turbine design wheels, aluminum paddle shifters, sport front and rear fascias, colored brake calipers, aluminum pedals and also a sport steering wheel. Structured on the sport style, the box for the optional Performance Package ($1,200) brings active suspension and a mechanical restricted slip differential into the mix. Completing the optional bonus is the dual-pane sunroof ($1,350).
Before delivery costs, Giulia Ti would cost $44,290, indicating we have included a bit more than $4,000 in alternatives (the base MSRP: $39,995).