I could describe it to you, but the next paragraph would just be full of words like Italian, oozing and sex. Instead, just look at the images. Yes, even in the extremely ordinary pictures I took myself, you can still get a good feel for the Stelvio's Quadrifoglio's styling.
What you should know is that being the fastest, meanest version of the Stelvio SUV, the Quadrifoglio makes itself known by the more aggressive front bumper and giant air intakes, the nostrilled bonnet, the 20-inch alloys and the quad exhaust.
The four-leaf clover on the side? Fans will know instantly that this badge is only worn by the most athletic Alfa Romeos, and that it's a hat tip to the emblems worn by the brand's early racing cars. Quadrifoglio means four-leaf clover. Don't believe me? Type it into Google Translate.
Those yellow brake calipers you can see are optional and so is the Tri-Coat paint.
Also optional are the carbon-fibre Sparco front seats you should be able to see in my interior images, along with the leather, Alcantara and carbon-wrapped steering wheel.
The Stelvio Quadrifoglio's cockpit is sumptuous, modern and comfortable. I love the red start button on the steering wheel, Ferrari style, and the expensive-looking display screen, but the climate dials look a little down market in this sea of premium elements.
It's quite roomy in there, but more on that below. What I can tell you here are the exterior dimensions of the Stelvio Quadrifiglio.
While it looks large, the Stelvio Quadrifoglio is more a mid-sized SUV, at 4701mm long, 1955mm wide and 1689mm tall. That's the same size as the Porsche Macan, but how does it compare on price? Keep on reading.