Alfa Romeo unveils a new limited special series of Giulia and Stelvio, paying homage to the Alfa Romeo GT 1300 Junior from the 1960s.
After the limited edition “6C Villa d’Este”, Alfa Romeo continues to animate the range of its Giulia and Stelvio with the presentation of a new special series called GT Junior.
This limited edition is inspired by the Alfa Romeo GT 1300 Junior from the 1960s, a sports car of which nearly 100,000 were produced. Today’s Giulia and Stelvio GT Junior have a different philosophy, but pay homage to their predecessor with a matching “Lipari Ocher” yellow tint.
Based on the Veloce finish, this new GT Junior special series has, in addition to its special body color, Alloy Wheels 21-inch black on the Stelvio, and 19-inch on the Giulia. Aluminum paddles on the steering wheel are standard, while the dashboard and the headrests of the specific “GT Junior” embroidery.
Level 2 driving assistance systems, rear parking assistance, the induction charger or even the electric boot lid remain optional.
Under the hood, we find a choice of the 2.2-liter turbo 210 horsepower diesel, or the 2.0-liter turbo 280 horsepower gasoline, associated with an eight-speed automatic transmission and Q4 all-wheel drive.
Orders for the Alfa Romeo Giulia and Stelvio GT Junior are already open, at a price starting from € 72,750 in Italy (for the Stelvio). The biscione firm has not yet confirmed the availability of this special series in France.
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