Alfa Romeo Announces Quadrifoglio Carbon Editions for 2024

Chris Teague
by Chris Teague

Though electric vehicles can be brutally quick and offer staggering performance, there’s nothing like the sound of a howling exhaust and a rowdy gas engine. The Alfa Romeo Stelvio and Giulia Quadrifoglio have one of the best-sounding V6 engines around, and the automaker recently announced a new appearance package for the pair that brings sinister styling to the supremely powerful Italians.

The 2023 Quadrifoglio Carbon Edition models get carbon exterior accents, including the grille and mirror caps. Staggered 19-inch (Giulia) or 21-inch (Stelvio) wheels hide gold brake calipers, and the cars get an exposed carbon roof. 

Inside, the package brings red leather sport seats, a departure from the previously black-only upholstery. Carbon fiber accents highlight the dash, door panels, and center console, and Alfa equips a Harman Kardon sound system. The vehicles also come standard with the Active Assist Plus Driver Group, which brings several safety features, including blind spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alerts, and more.

The good news is that Alfa didn’t mess with the beating heart of its Quadrifoglio models for 2024. It remains a twin-turbocharged 2.9-liter V6 making 505 horsepower and 443 pound-feet of torque. The powertrain enables a crazy 176-mph top speed for the Stelvio and 191 mph for the Giulia.

The Carbon Editions are for North America only and will be limited to 130 units combined. The Giulia Carbon Edition starts at $86,470 and the Stelvio at $93,870, including the $1,595 destination charge.

[Image: Alfa Romeo]

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Chris Teague
Chris Teague

Chris grew up in, under, and around cars, but took the long way around to becoming an automotive writer. After a career in technology consulting and a trip through business school, Chris began writing about the automotive industry as a way to reconnect with his passion and get behind the wheel of a new car every week. He focuses on taking complex industry stories and making them digestible by any reader. Just don’t expect him to stay away from high-mileage Porsches.

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  • Add Lightness Add Lightness on Oct 06, 2023

    Lightening a STEEL car by adding carbon bits can be done much more effectively by adding lots of aluminum panels. Remember to original GTAs?

  • Wolfwagen Wolfwagen on Oct 06, 2023

    These things are barely worth their entry level pricing much less the pricing for these carbon editions

  • Analoggrotto Analoggrotto on Oct 06, 2023

    I'm looking for a cabrón edition. Because that's what we all are.

  • Lorenzo Lorenzo on Oct 06, 2023

    Heh. I always though carbon was bad for engines, but here they're putting it on the outside of the car, just for looks.