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CAUGHT: Alfa Romeo Giulia Will Get New Sequential Turn Signals In Update!

New LED Matrix Headlights Will Feature Latest Technology Advancements...

It’s no secret that Stellantis engineers have been working on a minor mid-cycle action (MCA) for the Alfa Romeo Giulia sports sedan and Stelvio SUV, to hold those vehicles over until their replacements coming sometime in late-2025. Over the past several months we have seen leaked photos, as well as, numerous prototypes testing on public roads in Europe of the Alfa Romeo D-segment vehicles with their MCA updates.

Alfa Romeo Giulia Veloce Q4 Prototype. (GabetzSPYUnit).

Now, thanks to keen-eyed spy photographer Walter Vayr (@GabetzSpyUnit), we are getting a close look at an Alfa Romeo Giulia caught for the first time with heavy vinyl camouflage on the street.

Alfa Romeo Giulia Veloce Q4 Prototype. (GabetzSPYUnit).

Most of the changes are focused at the front of the vehicle, with an updated front fascia, and new LED Matrix headlamps that will help tie it and the Stelvio to the all-new Tonale’s design language better. Those new headlamps will even feature a new sequential switchback amber LED lighting pattern for the vehicle’s turn signals as caught in the photos below. A newly styled “Scudetto” grille and new grille mesh texture are so present.

Alfa Romeo Giulia Veloce Q4 Prototype. (GabetzSPYUnit).

Judging by the wheels on the car, we can clearly tell that is indeed the Veloce Q4 trim.

Alfa Romeo Giulia Veloce Q4 Prototype. (GabetzSPYUnit).

Inside, the Giulia will get some decent upgrades including an all-new infotainment system (based on Chrysler Group’s Uconnect 5 software), a new 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster, and some new higher-quality materials that will be used throughout the interior.

Alfa Romeo Giulia Veloce Q4 Prototype. (GabetzSPYUnit).

When it comes to engines, we expect the 2024 Alfa Romeo Giulia to carry over its current offerings. This will mark the last time to get a Giulia with an internal combustion engine (ICE), as the next-generation sedan will be exclusively a battery-electric vehicle (BEV).

Rumors have Alfa Romeo unveiling the revamp models, sometime next month.

Alfa Romeo Giulia Veloce Q4 Prototype Image Gallery:

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Hey, the MCA versions got presented yesterday already!


  • The Alfa Romeo Giulia and Stelvio evolve in terms of style and technology yet stay true to the brand's DNA, an expression of noble Italian sportiness since 1910.
  • Today the two models feature a new “look” thanks to their sophisticated Full-LED Adaptive Matrix headlights and brand-new “Trilobo” grille, which provides a strong family feeling with the Tonale.
  • Technology and connectivity hit new heights: there is a new completely digital instrument panel with the historic “telescopic” design; the “Alfa Connect Services” offer the most in comfort and safety on board and are designed to offer “Over the Air” updates.
  • Also making its debut on the New Giulia and Stelvio, there is NFT (Non-Fungible-Token) technology, which is based on the concept of the “blockchain card”: an encrypted digital and non-modifiable register where the main information on each vehicle gets recorded.
  • The brand’s driving dynamics remain a reference point in the SUV and sedan categories thanks to perfect weight distribution, best-in-class agility and lightness, and an extremely precise steering wheel.
  • New lineup strategy, converging with that introduced on Tonale: Super, Sprint, Ti and Veloce. Four distinctive fittings, four names rooted in Alfa Romeo tradition.
  • On the New Giulia and Stelvio, the special “Competizione” series makes its debut—a top-of-the-line version which introduces the new exclusive Moon Light gray matte.

More info and videos: The Alfa Romeo Giulia and Stelvio: “timeless design”

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is the infotainment a reskinned Uconnect 5 or is it the same pre MCA infotainment?

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