Now that a lot of the previously optional kit has been made standard, there isn’t a lot you can add to the Giulia, and some of the things that you can add are cheaper than ever before. The Active Assist 1 Package ($595), is now a combination of two separate packages, offering active blind-spot assist, auto-dimming exterior mirrors, front and rear park sensors, adaptive cruise control, automatic high-beams, and lane departure warning.
On the Sprint you can choose between five packages, including the Active Assist mentioned above. The Sun and Sound package ($1,595) includes a 10-speaker premium audio system with a subwoofer, dual-pane sunroof, and a gloss black shark fin antenna while the Cold Weather package adds heated seats and a heated steering wheel for $800. Available across the range, the Nero Edizione is a style package adding an assortment of blacked-out details for $1,700, but is $200 cheaper on the Ti Sport. Finally, there’s the Performance package for the Sprint and Ti, adding aluminum steering column-mounted paddle shifters and a limited-slip differential on the rear axle for $995.
The Ti and Ti Sport additionally have access to the Active Assist 2 Package for $1,695, including everything from the Active Assist 1 Package plus driver attention alert, highway assist system, infrared windshield, intelligent speed assist, lane keep assist, perforated leather shift knob, sport leather-wrapped steering wheel, traffic jam assist, and traffic sign recognition. The $2,300 Premium Package includes a 14-speaker Harman Kardon sound system, heated rear seats, a wireless charging pad, and a few smaller extras. Those looking for more luxury on the Ti will want the Lusso Package at $2,200 with additional power adjustment for the seats and lavish leather and wood trimming. The Ti Sport forgoes these in favor of the sporty Carbon Package, which for $3,500, adds carbon mirror caps, sill plates, rocker panels, grille surrounds, interior trim, and an assortment of blacked-out details.