Alfa Romeo Stelvio 2017 Specs and Pictures

Tuesday, December 18th, 2018 - Alfa Romeo

The SUV  Alfa Romeo Stelvio by “normale” version changes in the details than the four-leaf clover, the only shown so far are: new bumpers and circles.

Alfa Romeo Stelvio Preview

Alfa Romeo Stelvio debuted last November in Cloverleaf version, the most extreme and performance range, which employs a six-cylinder engine from 510 HP and promises a top speed of 285 km/h. therefore remains the expectation towards “normal” models, which will arrive in showrooms in April-May 2017. A preview of the Alfa Romeo Stelvio is visible thanks to some images appeared on the internet, taken from a brochure, which follow those of late November where he was photographed in the Cassino factory, where it was built, on the occasion of the visit by Sergio Marchionne (read more here). In the brochure is portrayed the “First edition” that should be a business launch version.

Alfa Romeo Stelvio Engine Specs

differences compared to the Alfa Romeo Quadrifoglio Stelvio are concentrated in certain parts of the body, such as bumper fascias, who will have more sober lines. Then change the shape of the air intakes, new alloy wheels and rear shield has a contrasting finish. Also modified the front Hood: they are no longer the two slits, but adds a listing in fitting with the scudetto. The Alfa Romeo Giulia sedan constructive base Stelvio recover from the gearboxes and motors, which will almost certainly the 4-cylinder 2.0 petrol turbo with 280 HP and the 4-cylinder or 200 2.2 turbodiesel from 180 and 210 HP with rear or integral.

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