Some cars give you a standard interior and then try to dress it up with overtones of sportiness by, say, adding carbonfibre pieces of trim here and there.
Instead, then, Alfa Romeo takes what would be a pretty bare interior and adds comforts to it. There are leather seats, although if you specify the yellow exterior, you also have to spend at least £1400 on these black leather chairs with contrasting yellow stitching, or £1780 if you want them partially microfibre covered.
A leather dashboard with contrasting stitching, meanwhile, is another £700. Alfa knows how to charge for options even on a car that doesn’t have many. But that’s not necessarily a bad thing: Porsche knows how to as well and that hasn’t done it any harm.
But if you are intrigued what the basic car gets as standard, well be prepared to be underwhelmed as it gets bi-xenon headlights, cupholders, air conditioning, Bluetooth and electric folding mirrors.