2022 Alfa Romeo Quadrifoglio - High-Performance Vehicles

HERITAGE
HERITAGE
PIONEERING PASSION

In 1923 the clover was debuted by Ugo Sivocci—one of the four principal race car drivers for Alfa Romeo. Sivocci hand-painted a green four-leaf clover—or in Italian, a Quadrifoglio—on his Alfa Romeo RL race car for a bit of luck in the Targa Florio race.

The Quadrifoglio boldly adorned the race car as a distinguishing feature among a slew of other race cars. Sivocci won the Targa Florio race. He believed it was the Quadrifoglio badge that was the key to his winning success, and so he continued to paint the badge on all his future race cars.

During a practice run for the Italian Grand Prix, Sivocci hadn't yet painted the Quadrifoglio on his P1 race car—ironically, he crashed. Sivocci’s untimely death marked a symbolic change to the Quadrifoglio badge. The clover initially sat inside a white diamond, each point representing one of the four Alfa Romeo principle drivers. In honor of Ugo Sivocci, one of the diamond’s points was removed, turning the symbol into the now familiar triangle shape. The Quadrifoglio badge became, and still is today, a symbol of passion for motor racing and a tribute to our prized race car driver.

With our trademark badge, five world titles and record-breaking achievements in Formula 1 over the years, the Quadrifoglio and performance-racing have become one in the same.

Our design story is inextricably linked to our racing heritage. Quadrifoglio vehicles have their architecture, engines and mechanical components developed in our headquarters in Italy. Designers and craftsmen work endlessly to achieve the best solutions in style and driving dynamism—which resulted in our Twin-Turbocharged V6 engine with Best-in-Class horsepower, an Unsurpassed-in-Class 0-60 mph time, the Class-Exclusive DNA Drive Mode Selector with Race Mode feature and the Giulia is the only sedan in the world to have an active aero front splitter.

It is at the Nürburgring track and the Circuito di Balocco proving grounds in Italy that we test every aspect of our engineering. Our iconic hand-painted emblem will only grace a Quadrifoglio vehicle design after it has passed this rigorous testing.

An unyielding quest for weight reduction also plays an integral role in sculpting the Quadrifoglio exterior and interior design—the use of light materials like carbon fiber makes for an ultralight composition with aerodynamic efficiencies and helps our Quadrifoglio lineup achieve top speeds in a matter of seconds.

PERFORMANCE
PERFORMANCE
FIRST TO THE FINISH LINE

  • START YOUR ENGINES

    Housing the most powerful twin-turbocharged six-cylinder production engine ever created by Alfa Romeo, the Stelvio Quadrifoglio and Giulia Quadrifoglio churn out an impressive 505 horsepower and 443 pound-feet of torque. Experience F1 level performance at the push of a red button.

DESIGN
DESIGN
THE ART AND THE MUSE

The Quadrifoglio demonstrates a commitment to performance and luxury in every design detail. Our sculpted lines, proportion and curvatures are engineered to help slip through the wind with ease. Plush interior features include our race-inspired steering wheel with carbon fiber trim (flat bottom) and all aluminum paddle shifters to remind the driver of our racing lineage at every turn.

TECHNOLOGY
TECHNOLOGY
TECH AT EVERY TURN

Harness control, connectivity and convenience with the tech and safety innovations found in Alfa Romeo Quadrifoglio models. Our Class-Exclusive DNA Drive Mode Selector with Race Mode uses intuitively engineered technology to personalize your driving experience at the twist of a dial. Safety and security innovations like our Forward Collision Warning with Full Stop, available LaneSense® Lane Keep Assist and Driver Attention Alert work in tandem to help achieve driver assurance.

DISCOVER
GIULIA QUADRIFOGLIO

DISCOVER
STELVIO QUADRIFOGLIO