New Alfa Romeo Tonale priced

The new Alfa Romeo Tonale is now available to order, priced from £429* per month on Personal Contract Purchase (PCP). From launch, customers can choose between two highly specified versions, the Ti and Veloce, or the Speciale launch edition

The Tonale is the most technologically advanced Alfa Romeo ever and is the first vehicle ever to be equipped with an NFT digital certificate and possesses top-level connectivity and an innovative infotainment system; designed to offer Over The Air (OTA) updates and integration with Amazon Alexa.  As standard across the range it comes equipped with a 10.25-inch touchscreen with DAB radio, Bluetooth, navigation and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, together with a six-speaker sound system and wireless charging pad.

Dual zone air conditioning, automatic headlamps with dusk sensor and automatic high-beam, auto wipers with rain sensor, auto-dimming rearview mirror and electric folding and heated exterior mirrors ensure driver comfort across the range, while keyless go, powered tailgate and front and rear parking sensors with backup camera with dynamic lines add extra convenience.  Intelligent adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning and autonomous emergency braking (AEB), drowsy driver detection, speed assist, traffic sign recognition bring enhanced safety as standard to the Tonale range.

The new Alfa Romeo Tonale is powered by the brand’s first electrified powertrain.  Unique to Alfa Romeo, the 1.5-litre 160hp Variable Geometry Turbo (VGT) petrol engine is mated to a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission and features a brand-new and exclusive 48-volt 15-kW, 55-Nm ‘P2’ electric motor which is capable of powering the wheels even when the internal combustion engine is off, offering an authentic hybrid driving experience.

The car delivers the driving dynamics and agility of a true Alfa Romeo thanks to the deployment of specific technical solutions which offer the most direct steering in its segment, a brake-by-wire system for regenerative braking and Dynamic Torque Vectoring.

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