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Alfa Romeo has given its new Giulia Quadrifoglio something of a second unveiling today, ‘revealing’ the performance sedan’s dash for the first time.

The first time officially, that is. Photos of the new model’s cabin have not been hard to come by, but, before today, the Italian marque had not officially showcased the interior design.

So, while there’s few surprises to be found with these new images, the new view does offer a glossy perspective to match the exterior marketing shots handed down in June.


As with that earlier unveiling, the Giulia has so far been shown in top-shelf Quadrifoglio guise only, with the regular version scheduled to be revealed at this month’s Frankfurt motor show.

In the Quadrifoglio model, there’s a chunky sports steering wheel with suede and leather trim, a deep three-spoke design and a compact horn pad with Alfa Romeo’s refreshed logo.

Carbon-fibre highlights and contrast stitching accents abound, while the centre console offers a view of the rotary control dial and familiar ‘DNA’ driving model selector.


These images are joined by a video (top of article) that sees Alfa Romeo’s designers discuss the exterior and interior styling of the new Giulia sedan.

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