WATCH | The updated Alfa Romeo Giulia and the Stelvio SUV will be heading to SA in 2020

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<i>Image: Press Association Media</i>
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Alfa Romeo has always dined at the luxury table but now they have the right to be there with their latest offerings.

Their Guilia and Stelvio models are the focal point here, having seen refined improvements in a number of departments.

Alfa Romeo South Africa says the two new models will make its way to the local market albeit only later in the new year during the third quarter.

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Drivers can now make use of level two autonomous driving while simultaneously immersing themselves in premium functionality with the presence of an 8.8-inch touchscreen, along with a 7-inch digital instrument cluster.

READ | Alfa Romeo's stellar line-up at the SA 2019 Festival of Motoring

In addition, trim levels as well as the colour range has been expanded to add further exclusivity to the luxury Italian brand.

Compiled by: Robin Classen

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