Alfa Romeo is roaring in hot to the Geneva Motor Show this year, displaying a line-up of seven unique, high-performance cars. The Stelvio Quadrifoglio and Giulia Quadrifoglio Nürburgring Editions will dominate the stand, while the Giulia Veloce Ti, Giulia Super, Stelvio Super, 4C Competizione Coupé and 4C Italia Spider complete the formation.

Let’s start with the Nürburgring Edition duo. Alfa Romeo says the Stelvio Quadrifoglio, which packs 505 hp and 600 Nm of torque from a 2.9-litre bi-turbo petrol V6, is currently the fastest vehicle in its segment to lap the Green Hell with a lap time of 7 minutes 51.7 seconds. It sprints from zero to 100 km/h in 3.8 seconds and tops out at 283 km/h.

The Giulia Quadrifoglio, on the other hand, is the record holder for standard production four-door sedans, with a lap time of 7 minutes 32 seconds. It shares the same engine and output as the hot Stelvio, and the century sprint is done in 3.9 seconds. Its top speed? Approximately 307 kilometres per hour. The achievements of both Quadrifoglio models at the Nurburgring is what spawned these two.

Just 108 units of each model will be made, and both will get exclusive parts such as “NRING” badging, numbered badge on the carbon-fibre dashboard and the exclusive Circuito Grey paint. Also on are carbon-ceramic brakes, Sparco racing seats with red stitching, carbon shell structure, Mopar automatic transmission knob with carbon inserts and a leather/Alcantara steering wheel (also with carbon inserts).

Other carbon-fibre parts are the front badge, rear view mirror caps and side skirt inserts, whereas the Giulia gets a full CF roof. Elsewhere, there’s tinted windows, active cruise control, Harman Kardon premium audio package and Alfa Connect 3D Nav infotainment system. Both models will rock the top-end 8.8-inch infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto functionalities and carpets with red logo.

Next, the Giulia Veloce Ti. Based on the Giulia Veloce, the special edition Ti (Turismo Internazionale) gets the same 280 hp 2.0 litre turbo petrol that’s paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission and Q4 all-wheel drive system. Alfa Romeo says the Ti badge has always been reserved for the most lavishly equipped, leading-edge, extreme versions of its cars.

Presented here in Racing Red, it gets a black roof, leather dashboard with carbon inserts, leather/Alcantara seats with black stitching and other CF components such as the backlit kick plates with Alfa Romeo logo, the “V” of the front cloverleaf, the gear knob, rear view mirror caps and side skirts. It rides on 19-inch burnished five-spoke alloys, behind which are sporty red brake callipers. Inside, it gets the same 8.8-inch infotainment system as the Quadrifoglio, active cruise control, tinted windows and Harman Kardon sound system.

If the Giulia Ti still tips on the extreme side of things, then the Giulia Super might tickle your fancy. It’s finished in Volcano Black, the sedan gets dressed in a one-of-a-kind Luxury Pack, which comprises a beige leather interior with real grey oak wood inserts. It sits on 18-inch alloys with black brake callipers. Power comes from a supercharged four-cylinder petrol producing 200 hp.

Similarly, the Stelvio Super will also take the stand. Strapped with a 2.0 litre turbo four, the SUV is available in two states of tunes – 200 hp/330 Nm and 280 hp/400 Nm. Both get an eight-speed auto with Q4 AWD, and they are dressed in the Performance Pack kit. This includes Alfa Active Suspension (this is optional otherwise), self-locking rear mechanical differential, paddle shifters machined from solid aluminium and 20-inch alloys.

Last on the list is the Alfa Romeo 4C pair. To start off, both the limited edition Competizione (Coupé) and Italia (Spider) models get a special paint colour (Vesuvio Grey for the coupé, Misano Blue for the convertible). Both special edition 4Cs are limited to 108 cars each.

The hardtop is fitted with CF components such as the roof, rear spoiler, mirror caps, side air vents and headlight moulding. It gets a dark-finish five-spoke wheels (18-inch up front, 19-inch at the back), red brake callipers and a noise pipes from Akrapovic. Inside, it gets leather/microfibre seats with red stitching, numbered badge on the centre tunnel and aluminium “Competizione” plaque on the dashboard.

The Spider “Italia” also get same sized wheels, but the brake callipers are finished in yellow, which matches the seats, dashboard, steering wheel and door panels. The same Akrapovic exhaust system is fitted, and here it gets an Alpine premium Hi-Fi system, numbered badge on the centre tunnel and an aluminium “Italia” dashboard plaque.

Both 4Cs are powered by the same 1.75 litre four-cylinder turbo, producing 240 hp and 350 Nm of torque. It’s mated to a TCT seven-speed dry twin-clutch transmission, enabling a century sprint time of 4.5 seconds and a top speed of 258 km/h.