Alfa Romeo Racing and the Stelvio Quadrifoglio share a special bond: Alfa Romeo DNA that’s steeped in pace-setting innovation. Alfa Romeo has long leveraged racetrack technology with street-smart design, to make its mark in Formula 1 racing and commuter lanes alike.
Born over one hundred years ago, the Alfa Romeo marque represents a passion for motoring unlike any other. With racetrack wins over the years at Mille Miglia, Targa Florio, 24 Hours of Le Mans and more, the Brand’s impressive motorsport history lends an alluring aura to any vehicle it produces.
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Furthermore, the very top Alfa Romeo performers are recognized with the distinctive Quadrifoglio (four-leaf clover) emblem. It’s a good-luck tradition started in 1923 by the legendary Alfa Romeo factory driver, Ugo Sivocci, who wanted to break a string of second-place finishes. He created a good-luck symbol by hand-painting a clover over a white square on his Targo Florio racecar. It worked like a charm - Sivocci finally won a race. Weeks later, Sivocci drove a vehicle that was missing his magic cloverleaf. Tragically, he crashed and lost his life. From that point on, every Alfa Romeo performance car would bear the four-leaf clover on a white triangle instead of a square - with the missing corner symbolizing the loss of Sivocci
Now, the Stelvio Quadrifoglio, with its history of record-breaking track results, wears it well. Alfa Romeo has always taken a unique and innovative approach to designing its automobiles - it is the point of convergence between a love for the most cutting-edge technology and a strong instinct to inspire emotions. In this latest chapter of Alfa Romeo history, once again, the driver is at the center of the design.
Over one hundred years of motoring innovation are exemplified in the two powerplants offered by Stelvio. Both engines are built in Italy with state-of-theart processes and methods, utilizing the very best of all-aluminum engine design technology - both are at the top of their class in terms of performance
Stelvio Quadrifoglio houses the most powerful production engine ever created by Alfa Romeo: a highly innovative, all-aluminum 2.9L Twin-Turbocharged V6 engine that delivers an exceptional 505 horsepower and 443 lb-ft of torque. The Quadrifoglio launches from 0 to 60 mph in 3.6 seconds and reaches a top speed of 176 mph.
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With the Stelvio and Ti, excursions turn into excitement, thanks to an all-aluminum 2.0L Turbocharged 4-cylinder engine that delivers 280 horsepower and 306 lb-ft of torque. Its innovative variable-valve-lift system manages combustion quality for improved performance, while a standard carbon fiber driveshaft demonstrates Alfa Romeo’s commitment to performance and innovation by providing pronounced rigidity and response.
ALFA DNA DRIVE MODE SELECTORS Both the Alfa DNA Drive Mode Selector and Quadrifoglio’s exclusive Alfa DNA Pro instantaneously adapt the behavior of the vehicle to the selected driving mode. The systems automatically reset to “Natural” at the vehicle start, while retaining the ability to change modes at any time.
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The available Q4 All-Wheel Drive (AWD) system offers the performance and driving pleasure of Rear-Wheel Drive (RWD), switching to AWD only when warranted. Under normal conditions, the Q4 AWD system (available with the 2.0L engine) sends 100% of the engine torque to the rear axle. When necessary, the system can automatically transfer up to 60% of the torque to the front axle, thanks to the Active Transfer Case (ATC). It continuously monitors road conditions to deliver ideal torque distribution, maximizing grip and performance.