Although not fully set up with pricing, Alfa Romeo USA’s configurator allows fans and hopeful buyers to experiment with colour and wheel choices - and that’s gotta be better than nothing. (Unless you can’t wait, in which case you’ve probably already ordered an M3 or C 63…)
The US-market Quadrifoglio will be offered in two shades of red (Rosso Alfa and Rosso Competizione Tri-Coat), two metallic greys (Silverstone and Vesuvio), Trofeo White Tri-Coat, Vulcano Black and Montecarlo Blue.
Two aluminium 19-inch (19x8.5 front and 19x10 rear) wheel designs will be on offer - the straightforward Tecnico and the iconic 5-Hole - each available in dark and light finishes.
In the cabin, there’s three core colour options - black on black, black on red and black on white - along with red, black, and green on white stitch options.
Standard exterior features, along with the 19-inch wheels, include bi-xenon headlights, LED daytime lamps and LED rear driving/brake lights, a carbon-fibre front splitter and rear spoiler.
Inside, there’s an 8.8-inch infotainment display with satellite navigation, Bluetooth connectivity, a wifi hotspot and reversing camera, along with dual-zone climate control, four-mode drive selector, and sports seats with carbon-fibre elements.
A 900W Harman Kardon stereo system can be added as an audio upgrade, and there’s also the choice of full carbon-fibre Sparco high-performance front seats. Carbon-ceramic Brembo brakes can also be added to the package.
To have a play with the options available to Alfa’s American fans, check out the configurator here.
For this writer, it’s the white body, black Tecnico wheels and yellow brakes, matched to a black cabin with that classic leaf-inspired green and white stitching.
CarAdvice associate publisher James Ward wasn’t having a bar of that, though. For him, it’s Montecarlo blue on the dark 5-hole wheels and classic red callipers, against the black cabin with red stitching.
What’s the right mix for you? Tell us in the comments below.
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