Alfa Romeo aimed to steal the spotlight at the 2019 NYIAS/ New York International Auto Show , and it was easy with its newest look: the seductive Nero Edizione.
Alfa Romeo vehicles are experiencing a blackout. The darkness is only in the details of the Nero Edizione. Alfa Romeo Automobiles selected 2018 New York International Auto Show for premiere of Nero Edizione for Giulia and Stelvio SUV.
Expanding the 2.0L turbocharged, 280-horsepower Giulia and Stelvio lineup, Alfa Romeo’s new Nero Edizione package wraps the Italian brand’s award-winning sedan and SUV with seductive and striking dark exterior accents. All Giulia and Stelvio models of the Italian car manufacturer, founded by Frenchman Alexandre Darracq as A.L.F.A on 24 June 1910, in Milan, feature best-in-class horsepower, 0 to 60 mph, top speed, power-to-weight ratio, and near perfect 50/50 weight distribution in addition to their unmistakable Italian styling
The Nero Edizione package includes: 20-inch Dark Miron sport aluminum wheels (Stelvio specific), 19-inch Dark Miron aluminum wheels (Giulia specific), Dark Miron “V Scudetto” grille surround, Dark Miron exterior mirror capsCustom-painted brake calipers (Black, Red or Yellow), Dark exhaust tips, Dark headlamp bezels, Dark Miron rear fascia appliqué (Stelvio specific), Gloss Black roof rails (Stelvio specific), Gloss Black window surrounds, Monotone wheel caps with Alfa Romeo logo, and Dark Miron exterior badging.
Adding to the excitement of the New York International Auto Show, Popular Mechanics announced that the 2018 Alfa Romeo Stelvio has been named “Crossover of the Year” in the magazine’s annual Automotive Excellence Awards. To choose their car awards, editors drive all of the relevant class contenders over the course of the year, then pick the vehicle that they feel transcends the competition.
“The Stelvio is the Giulia of crossovers, and that’s about the highest praise we can give it. It’s got muscle, even in four-cylinder guise, but it’s also one of those cars that’s fun to drive at any speed, because of the way it feels,” said Ezra Dyer, Automotive Editor at Popular Mechanics. “The steering is light but not numb, the ride control is taut without being harsh. It was obviously tuned by people whose priorities skew toward performance. The Stelvio feels like an Italian sport sedan, only taller. Which is exactly what it is.”
In addition to the two Nero Edizione Giulia and Stelvio vehicles on the stand, other Alfa Romeo models on display in New York City included: 2018 Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio in Rosso Competizione Tri-coat, 2018 Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio in Misano Blue Metallic, 2018 Alfa Romeo 4C Spider in Madreperla White Tri-Coat, 2018 Alfa Romeo Stelvio Ti Sport in Vesuvio Gray Metallic, 2018 Alfa Romeo Giulia Ti Lusso in Vulcano Black Metallic.