Giulia and Stelvio GT Junior, Alfa Romeo GT 1300’s successors.
Tradition, leather, and cars. You already know that we are talking about an Italian brand.
Today part of Fiat, Milanese Alfa Romeo made history with movie-worthy sports cars. One of the most emblematic models is certainly the Alfa Romeo GT 1300 junior, produced in the '60s and '70s.
Following the move from other areas of design to bring icons back, the brand introduces GT 1300's successors: Giulia and Stelvio GT Junior.
The new special and limited editions inspired by the sports car come in the striking Lipari Ocher color, popularized by their predecessor, and still take people's breath away wherever they go.
With the update, the GT family becomes smartphone compatible and also gets an SUV body in the Stelvio GT Junior version.
Inside, the Italians continue to do their job very well. The standard interior comes covered with black leather, including applications on the door panels, and a GT Junior embossed inscription.
In front of Milan's Camparino galleria, shining like gold, they show that they are ready to continue this story and to make their predecessor proud.
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