Maxton Design - Front Splitter V.2 Alfa Romeo Stelvio

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Standout with this incredible Maxton Design Front Splitter V.2 for all Alfa Romeo Stelvio. (Years: 2016 - Present)

Fits: Alfa Romeo Stelvio 2016- 


  • Mounting kit 
  • Mounting manual

Maxton Design is a supplier of very high quality visual tuning components known in the entire world. We specialize in manufacturing spoilers, bumpers, side skirts, and splitters. Among the many parts for Alfa Romeo Stelvio there is this slick front splitter.

In what way does the Alfa Romeo Stelvio V.2 front splitter stand out?
- modern shape
- it’s manufactured from ABS
- notably improves aerodynamics of the car
- underlines the racing form of the car
- comes ready for installation

This front splitter for Alfa Romeo Stelvio is an element in production of which the cutting-edge ABS was used. It’s widely popular in the automotive industry, and can be used not only for car tuning, but for making elements of other vehicle equipment, as well. This wide usage is possible because of the features of ABS. It is very damage-resistant, elastic and durable. The ABS we use at Maxton Design has received the TUV certificate as a proof of its grade and safety.

The Alfa Romeo Stelvio front splitter will allow you to easily transform the look of your car by contributing to its racing features and handling. This is a result of the increase in the pressure exerted by the front diffuser on the front axle. Consequently, the stability and traction during high-speed driving noticeably increases. What’s more, the different surface looks for the splitter that you can choose from, add to its visual appeal. Available finishes are: carbon, gloss, or textured. This allows for a fitting and satisfactory tuning.

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