Alfa Romeo's nipped-and-tucked Stelvio SUV has been snapped during testing, revealing some of the interior changes we can expect from the mid-sized crossover when it launches.
From the outside, changes to the Stelvio appear minor. One of the cars pictured is a Stelvio Q, which appears to wear a mildly revised nose over the current model, with a slightly more complicated grille design around the central shield-shaped element, but time will tell on that one.
Although the side skirts and rear guards are camouflaged, there doesn't appear to be much difference in shape between them and the current design.
Above: The new cabin, sitting atop the existing design. Spot the difference.
Inside, though, the layout of the transmission tunnel has changed slightly. The electric parking brake has moves, and the infotainment controller is not surrounded by aluminium-effect trim instead of the matte black plastic offered today.
The infotainment controller also has a slightly different look to the one offered today, with new icons on top and on the buttons flanking it. Will the car's tech be getting an overhaul?
Our spy photographer says the changes, which also include a redesigned armrest, will likely extend to the new Giulia, but the sedan's test drivers were a bit more cautious and covered the redesigned centre console.
There's no word on when the redesigned Giulia and Stelvio will make their debut, but we'd suggest it could come later this year. The Giulia first broke cover in June 2015, so four years on seems logical. Stay tuned.
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