The Italian automaker and the American unit have recently introduced a plethora of styling amenities for the new Giulia, including anything from an aero body kit to a carbon fiber gear knob.
We’re used to seeing the Jeep, Dodge and Chrysler brands taking up the Mopar mantle and even the Ram truck unit has embraced the official customization unit’s ways. But in a rather surprising move the American house tuner will also work on the Italian Alfa Romeo Giulia. You may think the Italian design is flawless but there may be others that beg to differ, so in order to satisfy the aesthetic and functional needs of customers, there’s now an entire range of styling accessories from Mopar. Buers can select anything from a carbon fiber grille surround and carbon fiber mirror caps to a full aerodynamic body kit that should include a front lip spoiler, modified side skirts, and a rear diffuser. The styling changes can be complimented using the assortment of alloy wheels in sizes between 17- to 19-inches.
The Alfa Romeo Giulia can be reworked even when on a tight budget – for the small purses there are things like aluminum oil and fuel caps or tire valve caps with the Alfa Romeo logo. The exterior modifications are well rounded by the plethora of different transport solutions, ranging from bike and kayak carriers to roof boxes and ski racks. The interior seems less prone to customizations as the company is only offering a carbon fiber gear knob and illuminated door sill plates with carbon fiber surrounds, as well as a folding luggage container and floor mats made from something called “elegant plastic.” The full roster of accessories should include around 80 different bits and pieces, added Alfa Romeo, though only some of them will be initially available at launch.