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Alfa DNA Drive Mode System with Race Mode

The Giulia Quadrifoglio intuitive interior is fully committed to the driver's every need, offering easy access to vital and next-level technologies. The knob for the Alfa DNA Pro Drive Mode Selector is on the center console; it features four selectable modes that allow the driver to customize the experience by choosing from Race, Dynamic, Natural and Advanced Efficiency. The Alfa DNA Pro, thanks to the interaction with the Chassis Domain Control, instantaneously adapts the car's behavior to the selected driving mode:

  • RACE1 activates the overboost function for increased torque limits and allows for maximum pedal response for ultimate sport driving
  • DYNAMIC delivers sharper throttle, brake and steering wheel response for sporty on-road driving and a throatier exhaust note
  • NATURAL is a comfort setting for a perfect balance in daily driving
  • ADVANCED EFFICIENCY enables the cylinder deactivation to maximize energy savings and dynamic efficiency

1Race mode is only available on Giulia Quadrifoglio

 

ALFA 4C DNA System

Natural

Natural mode is designed for everyday use with gearshift parameters configured for maximum comfort and smoothness. In Manual mode, Auto-Up and Auto-Down functions shift at just the right engine speed. The Alfa Romeo Electronic Q2 differential only cuts in during a significant loss of grip.

Dynamic

Dynamic mode helps deliver great driving performance with near-instant accelerator response and reduced gearshift times of up to 25%. The Electronic Stability Control (ESC) system only intervenes when drift angles put the car at risk.

All-Weather

All-Weather mode ensures maximum safety under adverse weather conditions with gentle accelerator response. The Anti-Slip Regulation (ASR) system prevents skidding by modifying power to match road speed during loss of grip.

Race

Alfa Race is the most extreme performance mode. By minimizing the interventions of electronic systems, it leaves the driver in complete command. Electronic Stability Control (ESC) only intervenes during aggressive braking. Anti-Slip Regulation (ASR) is deactivated under acceleration and braking, while Alfa Romeo’s Q2 differential control system remains active for fast exits from bends.