The configurator for the European-spec Alfa Romeo Giulia launched last year, however shoppers were unable to build the car to U.S. specifications online until this week. The configurator shows the various trim and equipment available with the Giulia and Giulia Ti in the U.S. and offers a complete pricing breakdown for both models.
For our U.S. spec Giulia Ti, we’ve went with an Alfa White exterior and Tobacco-colored leather interior with sport seats. We’ve also opted for the Ti Sport package ($1,750), which adds 18-inch turbine style wheels, aluminum paddle shifters, sport front and rear fascias, colored brake calipers, aluminum pedals and a sport steering wheel. Building on the sport theme, we checked the box for the optional Performance Package ($1,200) as well, which brings active suspension and a mechanical limited slip differential into the mix. Rounding out the optional extras is the dual-pane sunroof ($1,350).
Before delivery fees, our Giulia Ti would cost us $44,290, meaning we’ve added a little more than $4,000 in options (the base MSRP is $39,995). Click here to build your own Giulia or Giulia Ti and feel free to share your creation with us in the comments.