This costs the Alfa Romeo Tonale ‘Edizione Speciale’ in the Netherlands
Alfa Romeo Tonale
The Tonale is the first all-new Alfa Romeo since the end of 2016. With the Tonale, the Italians will compete with the BMW X1 and X2, Audi Q3 and the Mercedes-Benz GLA. They also have the Volvo XC40 and Jaguar E-Pace in their sights. Alfa will kick off this summer with an extra thickly dressed version: the Edizione Speciale.
This introductory version features a hybrid powertrain consisting of a 130 hp 1.5-litre four-cylinder engine mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. A 48-volt battery and a small electric motor assist the petrol engine to reduce fuel consumption.
Dressed up thick
Alfa has decorated the Edizione Speciale with a lot of nice stuff. Think of 20-inch wheels with red brake calipers behind them, Matrix LED lamps, aluminum paddle shifters and Alcantara-covered seats. Stuff that fits a luxury Italian SUV. Technical gadgets such as an electrically operated tailgate, front and rear parking sensors, reversing camera, keyless entry, traffic sign recognition and adaptive cruise control are also included on this special version.
How much does the Alfa Romeo Tonale cost?
Alfa Romeo asks 46,080 euros for the Tonale Edizione Speciale. The compact SUV is expected to be in Dutch showrooms before the summer. Of course, more variants will follow later, including a slip-on that will cost around 40,000 euros. A 275 hp plug-in hybrid will follow later. This so-called Tonale Plug-in Hybrid e-Q4 is the brand’s first plug-in hybrid and has an electric range of up to 80 kilometers. All information about the new Alfa can be found here :