Alfa Romeo has raised the price for the 2018 Giulia Quadrifoglio by $1,500 to $75,095. What does that extra $1,500 get you? The 2018 Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio now gets a 14-speaker Harmon Kardon audio system and forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking.
If you wanted to add these the audio system and automatic emergency braking system as an option before, the pricing for both would have totaled $1,400, so the price hike is actually only $100 over the 2017 model. The majority of
Giulia Quadrifoglio buyers were already selecting both options, so it just makes it easier that they are standard now.
The addition of the automatic braking system as standard equipment gives the Giulia Quadrifoglio an edge over its main rivals, the BMW M3 and Mercedes-AMG C63, which only include it in pricey packages. If you want the safety tech in the M3 it requires an extra $5,600, since you have to add $1,700 for the Driving Assistance Plus Package and $3,900 for the Executive Package. For the Mercedes-AMG C63 you have to spend an extra $4,450 to get auto emergency braking, since you have to select both the $2,250 Driver Assistance Package and the $2,200 Multimedia Package.