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In our recent article focusing on Alfa Romeo 2020 models, we’ve discussed the production of the latest baby SUV. There are still a lot of unknowns regarding the Alfa Romeo Tonale production version, as we have a lot of misinformation coming from different automotive portals and Italian car forums.

Alfa Romeo had an identity crisis under the leading hand of Fiat Chrysler in the last few decades. But, good times finally came, and with 4C, Giulia and Stelvio, Alfa is slowly getting back on the track.

Alfa Romeo has always been surrounded by numerous speculations, gossips, etc. Why? It is still unclear. Maybe because of Alfisti’s desire for a new better machine, or maybe because of the company’s uncertainty over the last few decades. Whatever the case is, we are facing the same problem nowadays. There are countless articles regarding 8C successor, newly developed 6C, upcoming Sprint, and so on.

As we previously discussed in one of our earlier articles, the market nowadays dictates the high volume production of SUV’s as well as crossovers. People simply prefer them over any other kind of car. Whether it’s practicality, improved safety, clearance, etc., companies are doing their best to fulfill the gaps, and increase profits.

It’s been almost 4 years since Giulia saw the light of day and now we’re getting the first dose of refreshment in Alfa Romeo Giulia 2020 Facelift. Just as pretty much any Alfa, some love it while some hate it, but Giulia has proven as a worthy competitor to best in the class, like BMW M3 and Mercedes C Class AMG.

Best looking SUV in recent years is getting a premature facelift to keep the momentum going. Even though most of the Alfista would’ve thought that Giulia is Alfa’s best selling model, it is not. Their best selling model is Stelvio with around 43000 units sold in 2018. The main reason for this is the buyers’ preference for SUV and Crossover models around the world.

2019 Mille Miglia was marked by a special version of Giulia which pays homage to Alfa Romeo’s racing cars from the ’60s and ’70s. As you can see the most striking thing about this car is its color. So, why gold, you might ask? Well, even though this Giulia is not the same exact shade of the brand’s racing cars from that era, it is very similar.

Alfa Romeo SUV is joining Spanish police forces. They got a fleet of Alfa Romeo Stelvios which will supposedly run them up around 50000 Euros per unit. It seems like they followed their colleagues from Italy who utilized this Italian brand long time ago. All of the 100 acquired Stelvios use the same two liter engine which develops 200HP.