The test drive of the Giulia (2.0L) and the Giulia Ti (2.0L) brought to mind the BMW 3 Series more than once, and that goes double for the Quadrifoglio, which directly targets cars like the Mercedes-AMG C 63 S and BMW M3—but with a added dose of power. Some might even say that the Quadrifoglio is an M3 with a touch of passion. Quadrifoglio means four-leaf clover—and we’re in luck!
In just one week we’ll know what the Stelvio looks like and if our speculation regarding its price and engines was correct. After waiting four years for the car to debut having to sit on standby for a week and change feels like nothing.
There is still no official powertrain reveal but it would most probably be similar to the Giulia with turbocharged four and six-cylinder engine with either rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive setting.
The most awaited variant is expected to be equipped with the 2.9-liter twin-turbo V6 engine, just like the Giulia QV.