The big news is the 8.8-inch infotainment display is now touchscreen and adopts an all-new layout with a fully customisable home screen. Driver’s can still use the rotary knob to control the system if they prefer.
Also included in the MY20 update is a new 7.0-inch driver information display that’s housed between the dials in the instrument cluster.
Alfa Romeo is aiming to raise the premium vibe with a new central console, more accessible storage compartments, wireless smartphone charger function, a leather-wrapped gear selector and a restyled steering wheel.
The Giulia and Stelvio can now be purchased with active blind-spot monitoring, lane-keeping assist, adaptive cruise control, traffic jam assist, highway assist, and a driver attention monitor.
By adding to the safety suite, the Giulia and Stelvio are now capable of Level 2 autonomous driving, meaning they can accelerate, steer and brake itself provided the driver’s hands are on the wheel.
Alfa Romeo’s Australian arm is yet to confirm local availability and pricing for the updated Giulia and Stelvio. Stay tuned!
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