Alfa Romeo brings passion to Italian roads with Stelvio Cup 2020

Stelvio Cup: great success for the event that brings Alfa Romeo passion to Italian roads

The fourth edition of the Alfa Romeo Stelvio Cup ended over the weekend, the event that saw the warmth and participation of sixty Alfa Romeo-branded crews: over one hundred and twenty people united by the passion for the brand that has just celebrated its 110th birthday

The 2020 edition of the Stelvio Cup has given great emotions from day one: meeting at the Adria International Raceway, where engaging test drives took place aboard Giulia and Stelvio Quadrifoglio, the recently renewed top versions that add to the renowned performances from supercar new dedicated contents and many innovations in terms of technology, connectivity and safety.

The following day, the group reached first Montalcino and then Saturnia: the soft hills between the provinces of Siena and Grosseto made it possible to appreciate the unparalleled driving dynamics of the Alfa Romeo Giulia and Stelvio, and all the power of the Quadrifoglio versions, equipped with the mighty 510 horsepower 2.9 V6 Bi-Turbo. Also in the 2020 edition, the renewed Giulia and Stelvio Quadrifoglio represent the showcase of Alfa Romeo excellence and express even more performance, winning DNA and unmistakably Italian style: proof of this is the enthusiasm of those who witnessed the passage of the caravan, enriched by the presence of owners of the fascinating Alfa Romeo 4C.

An exciting journey, therefore, which brought the brand even closer to the true fans of the Alfa Romeo range: on board every Alfa Romeo car, it is always possible to find the best of technology applied to the precious technical heritage and unparalleled driving emotions. that distinguish every creation of the brand. Nothing better, therefore, than driving them on the circuit and along roads capable of revealing breathtaking views. After all, for 110 years, Alfa Romeo has been able to give emotions along every path.

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