The system is available with a standard 6.5-inch or available 8.8-inch widescreen display. Inputs are made via the rotary dial in the Giulia’s center console, which is just adjacent to the Alfa DNA drive-mode selector. The system is joined by a full color 7.0-inch driver information display, which is flanked by white face analog gauges.
Like most infotainment systems, the Giulia’s allows for the synchronization of smartphones or tablets with Apple or Android operating systems, can be used to read messages and make phone calls and offers music playback from external devices. There’s also 3D navigation and an Efficent Drive app that can relay important fuel usage information to the driver and a ‘My Car’ app for vehicle diagnosis and service information.
Get the full rundown of the Giulia’s new infotainment system by in the overview video embedded above.