Currently reading: £45,500 Alfa Romeo Giulia Veloce Ti gets Quadrifoglio parts
Styling of warm version of Alfa’s 3 Series rival is tweaked with Quadrifoglio hand-me-downs

Alfa Romeo has added another warmed-up trim to the Alfa Romeo Giulia, the Veloce Ti, which borrows parts from the full-fat Quadrifoglio model for hotter styling both inside and out. 

Most notably, the car gets five-hole Quadrifoglio wheels, previously exclusive to the 503bhp V6-engined rival to the BMW M3, as well as carbonfibre exterior trim and red brake calipers. 

Optionally, the entire Quadrifoglio paint palette is available on the Veloce Ti, while a £1650 carbon pack adds a Quadrifoglio lip spoiler, side skirts and a carbonfibre gear selector.

Inside, the Veloce Ti gets the Quadrifoglio variant’s leather and Alcantara sports seats with eight-way electric adjustment, carbonfibre interior trim and leather dashboard covering and a black headlining.

No performance upgrades have been applied to the Veloce Ti, although the entire Giulia range, as well as the Alfa Romeo Stelvio line-up, have been given AdBlue addition for the 2.2-litre diesels to comply with Euro 6D standards, boosting power by just under 10bhp, taking the 148bhp and 178bhp units to 158bhp and 187bhp. 

The Veloce Ti will have Alfa’s new five-year warranty and be joined in the coming years by a reborn GTV — a coupé version of the Giulia. It’s not known if this will be offered with a Veloce trim, but a 600bhp-plus Quadrifoglio version will be the brand’s first performance hybrid.

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nozydog 22 August 2018

Hope the discounts are huge then!!

£45k for a four pot, seriously? I paid £31k for my 340i with the magnificent B58 straight six... one of the best engines on the market! The new G20 M340i with the same (upgraded) engine won’t be any more than £45k and discounts will be similar to Alfa’s once it’s been on the market a while!

405line 20 August 2018


One of the reasons the alfa costs (and drives like it does) is that 90% of it is ferrari designed.

jaffa68 17 August 2018

Prices are nonsense

I'm not sure Alfa are doing themselves any favours by pricing the cars this high and then discounting them massively, surely it puts potential buyers off (those who don't check Carwow).

It also means that many people who do check Carwow are paying the £40k road tax premium despite paying much less than £40k for the car as the tax is based on list price. It seems like an idiotic situation benefitting no-one but the taxman.

The reality is Giulia's can be teriffic value if you find the right dealer, some will not budge but 20% off is achieveable elsewhere.