The first ever images with the interior design of the newest Alfa Romeo model, the Giulia, are finally here.
They may not be official at this point but everything will work out for a fan of the Italian brand, especially since the interior design of the car was pretty much unknown until now. The images posted below are providing a first complete look at the cabin. First thing noticeable is the large touch screen display on the center console, serving as an infotainment system, which will also be controllable through the joystick fitted near the gearshift lever, similar to the iDrive system used by BMW.
The seats are sporty and they are covered in a combination of black and Alcantara leather with a contrasting white stitching, noticeable on the dashboard too. The climate control system has two zones and this is controlled by the buttons fitted below the touch screen display. The steering wheel has a sporty design too and it is coming with three spokes and a flat bottom, along with the buttons for the cruise control, phone and audio system. Some carbon fiber add-ons are also visible in the cabin, along with the round air vents, similar to what Mercedes-Benz is offering. This particular model has a six-speed manual transmission and several settings for the suspension system, along with a sporty rear bench and rear ventilation. A premium sound system has also been added to the performance sedan. Find out more about the carmaker’s answer to the BMW M3 and the Mercedes-AMG C63 S here.