Alfa's revised Mito Quadrifoglio Verde gets new detailing inside and out. Prices start from £18,755

Alfa Romeo has equipped its range-topping Alfa Romeo Mito Quadrifoglio Verde with a raft of cosmetic upgrades.

Subtle updates include wing mirror and headlight surrounds now finished in a pearlescent effect material, as well as new Quadrifoglio Verde badges above the front wheel arches.

Among the more distinctive changes are the larger alloy wheels, up from 17-inches to 18-inches. Lower air intakes are enhanced by new fog light surrounds designed to mimic the 8C Competizione.

The Mito’s Sabelt sports seats are now backed with carbon fibre to reduce weight, and are trimmed in leather and Alcantara suede, with the carbonfibre theme repeated on the dashboard.

Additional equipment as standard includes Bluetooth, cruise control, aluminium kickplates and sports pedals, as well as a rear spoiler, chrome exhaust pipe and rear parking sensors.

The Mito retains its 1.4-litre TB Multiair engine, producing 168bhp and accelerating from 0-62mph in just over seven seconds.

This new Alfa Mito Quadrafoglio Verde is priced from £18,755 and goes on sale at the end of July.

Darren Cassey

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