Alfa Romeo spoke about the trim materials of the updated Giulia and Stelvio QuadrifoglioMay 13, 2020
Alfa Romeo emphasizes its commitment to functionality and beauty by choosing Alcantara to decorate its updated Giulia and Stelvio Quadrifoglio models.
Beauty is the foundation of Made in Italy, and Alfa Romeo and Alcantara are two truly legendary Italian brands, brand representatives said. Alcantara, based in the heart of Italy, is known worldwide for its aesthetics and functionality of Italian design with the highest craftsmanship and attention to detail.
Alcantara-trimmed interior functionality is achieved through reliable control at every turn, breathability, and unrivaled comfort. To fully appreciate the driving experience with the Alfa Romeo Quadrifoglio, you need to try the car in action, but you will be able to enjoy it the first time you touch the seat covered in Alcantara in black.
A close collaboration between Alcantara and Alfa Romeo began back in the 1990s, when Alcantara was selected for the Alfa Romeo 145 and then 147 CNC Costume National, a model that combines sporty style and elegance. Partnerships based on Made in Italy design, a commitment to technology and a modern lifestyle have been strengthened over the years, and today Alcantara is used to decorate the Quadrifoglio and Veloce Ti showrooms.
Thanks to its versatility, Alcantara allows you to create an infinite number of stylistic variations, and also offers many ways to use, paying particular attention to the issue of sustainability. In 2009, Alcantara received a carbon neutrality certificate: the company was able to reduce CO2 emissions to zero throughout the entire product life cycle – from production to disposal.
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