Alfa Romeo Giulia and Stelvio Quadrifoglio NRING pricing announced

Priced from £82k and £89k respectively, the Giulia and Stelvio Quadrifoglio come with a big price tag for some carbonfibre

Alfa Romeo has released pricing for the limited-edition Giulia and Stelvio Quadrifoglio NRING in the UK. Starting at just over £82k and £89k respectively, the two models are limited to just 108 examples of each, spread across all of Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

The Giulia and Stelvio NRING editions have been designed to celebrate both models’ respective Nürburgring lap records. The changes on both are mostly aesthetic, focusing on new carbonfibre inserts on the roof, mirror caps and front grille, dark-finish badging and standard fitment of black wheels with carbon-ceramic brakes behind.

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Where the two models differ are in the roof options, with the Giulia fitted with an exposed carbon roof panel, while the Stelvio is fitted with a panoramic sunroof. Both cars are painted in a bespoke shade of matt paint called Circuito Grey, instantly marking these models out as NRING special editions.

Inside, standard features include carbon-backed bucket seats, a new carbon-finished gear selector, and carbon steering wheel and trim finish on the dash and doors. Despite the liberal application of the black stuff Alfa isn’t quoting any weight savings, though.

At nearly £20,000 more than their basic Quadrifoglio counterparts, even when specified to the same level with options these special-edition models do not represent exceptional value. But if rarity is a value factor then these two will no doubt be of great interest.

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