Alfa Romeo Tonale Dashboard Lights And Meaning

This year, Alfa Romeo Tonale will bring some Italian blood to the subcompact luxury crossover market. This car is likely to draw attention with its attractive styling, enhanced by Alfa Romeo’s trademark sharp-nosed face. The manufacturer also declares that the car will be enjoyable, with a fully independent suspension and optional adjustable dampers. There are two engine options: a basic 256-hp turbo four or a plug-in hybrid with an estimated all-electric range of more than 30 miles.

Both of the Tonale’s engine options are available, but they include all-wheel drive. A nine-speed automatic gearbox and a turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four with 295 pound-feet of torque are standard on all models. The plug-in hybrid version’s rear-mounted electric motor and turbocharged 1.3-liter four-cylinder engine produce a combined 272 horsepower.

According to the company, besides a six-speed automatic and a 15.5-kWh lithium-ion battery pack, Alfa provides the plug-in Tonale with an electric-only range of nearly 30 miles. The suspension is completely independent in all variants, and adaptive dampers may be added as an extra option.

In addition, there are also a few well-known paddle shifters available. A 10.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system is included on every Tonale. Shared with many other models under the Stellantis umbrella is Uconnect 5 software. Up to five distinct user accounts are available in addition to a customizable home screen. To further assist you, the Alfa Romeo Tonale dashboard also displays several warning flags in various hues such as red, green, blue, and yellow, depending on the utility program in your car that detects an issue. See what those notification indicators signify in the real world with help from our Alfa Romeo Tonale dashboard tutorial. In addition, the following warning lights manual of other Alfa Romeo models like the Alfa Romeo Giulia, Alfa Romeo Giulia Quardlifoglio, Alfa Romeo Stelvio may also be used for operation.