Alfa Romeo fans are in for a treat after the car maker announced it was adding Sportiva trims to its Mito and Giuletta ranges.
These stylish cars have now been boosted, in my opinion, with a trim that really suits the cars. And the extras are at a reduced cost.
The compact super mini Alfa MiTo Sportiva boasts all the technology-packed features of the Distinctive trim, with a host of exciting additions, with customers benefitting from £1,500 worth of option upgrades for just £750 more.
Features include 18” Quadrifoglio Verde sports alloy wheels, sports kick plates, and Sportiva badges. Inside the cabin, the theme is black and green with darkened interior headlining, and matte black steering wheel inserts accompanying a black leather steering wheel and handbrake, plus black Alcantara sport seat upholstery – all finished with green stitching.
On Alfa Romeo’s safest-in-class five door hatchback, the Alfa Giulietta, the Sportiva version builds on the already sporty Veloce trim, adding oversized red brake callipers mounted inside 18” spoke design alloy wheels with a dark titanium finish.
The Giulietta’s signature blend of practicality and style are enhanced with sports leather upholstery plus a rear armrest with storage compartment and sport kick plates. In total, the new Sportiva trim should cost £3,000 but the buyer will pay a £1,860 premium.
The Alfa MiTo Sportiva is available with three engine options while the Giulietta Sportiva has six choices. The Sportiva range is available to order now.