This Is The End For Petrol Powered Alfa Romeo Quadrifoglio Models

It’s a bittersweet moment for Alfa Romeo enthusiasts in North America as the Italian automaker announces the end of sales for its high-performance Quadrifoglio models, scheduled to cease production in June of this year.

Larry Dominique, Alfa Romeo’s senior vice president for North America, shared this news on LinkedIn, advising interested buyers to place their orders soon to acquire a Giulia or Stelvio Quadrifoglio before they’re no longer available in their current form.

Dominique emphasised that this isn’t the end of the story for Alfa Romeo, hinting at the brand’s transition to an electrified future. The final opportunity to order a 2024 Giulia or Stelvio Quadrifoglio will close at the end of April 2024, with the last internal-combustion-powered Quadrifoglio models for the U.S. and Canada exiting the Cassino plant in June 2024.

Powered by a Ferrari-derived 2.9-litre V6 engine, the Quadrifoglio models have been lauded for their exhilarating performance and engaging driving dynamics, with 505hp and 600Nm of torque. While the current Quadrifoglio models will soon be discontinued, Dominique hinted at the possibility of future electrified versions, including an all-electric successor to the Giulia expected in 2025.

As Alfa Romeo prepares to embrace electrification, this marks the end of an era for the iconic Quadrifoglio models but signals a new chapter for the brand as it evolves to meet the demands of the automotive industry and embrace sustainable technologies.

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