This Quadrifoglio variant, as you'd expect from its exalted price tag (which at the time of this test in Autumn 2020 was around £73,000), comes with its own unique specification. That encompasses 21-inch alloy wheels, Bi-xenon headlamps and dark-tinted rear windows. Plus black-painted aluminium brake calipers and quad sports exhausts poking out of the rear diffuser. Q4 AWD works with 'Active Torque Vectoring' to help get the power down through the bends, 'Active Suspension' varies the damping and 'Alfa Chassis Domain Control' connects the different systems to deliver the best set-up as the car is being driven.
Inside, the upholstery features a lovely leather and alcantara combination, plus there's carbon fibre dash trim and a red starter button on the steering wheel, along with a 'Race Mode' you can access through the 'DNA' driving modes controller. There's also a new 8.8-inch 'AlfaConnect' centre-dash infotainment touchscreen with built-in navigation, 'Apple CarPlay'/'Android Auto' smartphone-mirroring and an 8-speaker DAB audio system. Plus you get a rear view camera and an alarm.
Finally, we'll tell you that this revised model introduces fresh Advanced Driver Assistance Systems to offer level 2 autonomous driving. The main enabling technologies for that in this revised model include Lane Keep Assist, Active Blind Spot Assist, Active Cruise Control, Traffic Sign Recognition with Intelligent Speed Control, Traffic Jam Assist with Highway Assist and Driver Attention Assist. And, as before, there's an 'AEB' Autonomous Emergency Braking system with pedestrian detection, plus a Forward Collision Warning set-up.