Stelvio – A Uniquely Italian Take on the SUV
The Stelvio Pass is majestic and daunting, with a mountainous terrain and hairpin curves that challenge even the bravest of drivers.
Inspired by this great driving road, Italy’s best engineers and artisans set out to imagine, design and craft a truly Italian SUV. An epitome of excellence, the Alfa Romeo Stelvio is a new breed of high-performance SUV with the heart and soul of a hero. Pure adrenaline knows few limits.
Born to enhance the overall driving experience, every inch of the Alfa Romeo Stelvio is crafted to perfection. With a calculated combination of innovative technology, advanced engineering and a powerful engine design, this premium SUV is prepared to take you everywhere.
Get Into High Gear
Count on the Alfa Romeo’s 8-speed automatic transmission with adaptive shift technology to deliver the perfect balance between driving pleasure and fuel economy. For increased control and responsiveness, the shift-by-wire integrated transmission allows faster and more precise gear changes.
Steering Column-Mounted Aluminum Paddle Shifters are also available. With such high reactivity, even the daily commute can be an exhilarating drive.
When Details Matter
True to Alfa Romeo’s heritage, the all-new Stelvio is designed around the driver. Like a bespoke suit with impeccable measurements, every detail of the driver-focused cockpit reflects a perfect mix of elements. With a spacious and ergonomic interior setting, the Stelvio represents elegance without excess, with a perfect blend of luxury and performance.
From the leather-wrapped steering wheel to the nappa leather seats, Alfa Romeo’s inaugural SUV is the ultimate expression of Italian craftsmanship. It’s the result of extensive research aimed at intensifying the overall experience. Beyond comfort and sportiness, Stelvio is pure emotion.
|Max power||280 @ 5,200RPM|
|Fuel Economy||24 mpg|
|Drivetrain||AWD / RWD|
|Fuel tank (gal.)||16.9|
|Maximum torque||306 @ 2,000RPM|
|Fuel economy – city (mpg)||22|
|Fuel economy – highway (mpg)||28|
|Interior cargo volume (cu.ft.)||18.5 cu ft|
|Maximum interior cargo volume (cu.ft.)||56.5|
|Front track (“)||63.5|
|Rear track (“)||65|
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