The Stelvio gets its name from the Stelvio Pass, regarded as one of the best driving roads in the world.

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Alfa Romeo will offer the Stelvio in three trims -- base, Ti and Quadrifoglio. All-wheel drive is standard for each trim.

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The base Stelvio and Stelvio Ti both come with a 2.0-liter I4 engine good for 280 horsepower.

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The Stelvio Quadrifoglio ramps up the crazy with a 2.9-liter V6 that cranks out 505 horsepower. 60 mph arrives in less than 4 seconds.

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The interior keeps the sporty theme alive with a motorsport-inspired steering wheel and, in the Quadrifoglio, a boatload of carbon fiber trim.

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Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard on either infotainment screen size -- 6.5 or 8.8 inches.

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If you really want to go nuts, you can add carbon fiber Sparco racing seats and carbon ceramic brakes to the Quadrifoglio.

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There are a number of safety systems on offer, including forward-collision warning, autonomous emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, lane-departure warning and blind-spot monitoring.

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All Stelvio models feature a backup camera and rear parking sensors as standard equipment.

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Keep on scrolling to check out the latest and greatest from the Italian brand determined to return to the US with a bang.

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