Alfa Romea have released details and pricing for the NRING editions of the Stelvio Quadrifoglio which is set to debut at Goodwood Festival of Speed.

The Stelvio Quadrifoglio features a 2.9-litre twin-turbo V6, has a 0-60 time of 3.8 seconds, 510 bhp, 442lbf.ft and a top speed of 176mph. These helped it achieve the Nurburgring lap record of 7minutes 51.7 seconds.

Adding to the Quadrifoglio spec, the NRING gets Sparco racing seats with carbon shell structure, carbon-ceramic brakes, a Mopar carbon insert gear lever and a leather and alcantara wrapped steering wheel with carbon inserts. The infotainment is the top-spec 8.8″ touchscreen, Harman Kardon sound system and DAB radio. Each of the 108 examples will also get a numbered carbon fibre plaque on the dashboard.

There’s plenty of carbon fibre trimmings on the outside, too. The grille surround is carbon, as are the mirror caps and inserts in the side skirts.

Buyers will receive a 1:18 scale model of their limited edition SUV, plus upon collection of their vehicle a welcome pack including Sparco driving gloves, a customised soft shell jacket, an Alfa Sports bag, Quadrifoglio cuff links and original footwear by Car Shoe. Oh, you’ll be offered a place on a driving techniques course at the ‘Ring in 2019, too.

Each NRING vehicle also comes awarded with an ‘Authenticity Certification’ from FCA Heritage, officially giving it instant classic status.

The price for the special edition is £89,500 OTR and are available to order now.

SUVs are taking over. You’re now as likely to see a Range Rover at a hillclimb as you are a green lane. As such, there’s some super-hot variations that are expected at Goodwood’s Festival of Speed this year.

Jaguar’s 542bhp F-Pace SVR will make an appearance at the FOS next week.

It will look to utilise its 4.1 0-60 time to lay down the power on the iconic hillclimb, in what will be the model’s active debut after details were released in March.

Alfa Romeo’s Stelvio Quadrifoglio will be hitting the hill, too. A special edition NRING variant will be there, too, to celebrate the Stelvio’s lap record at the Nurburgring.

The Pikes Peak Bentayga will appear at the festival too, after setting a record of its own at last month’s Pikes Peak climb in Colorado.

Maserati have chosen the 25th FOS as the destination for the world premiere of the V8 Levante GTS. It boasts 550bhp and 538lbf.ft from the twin turbo, 3.8-litre V8 with four-wheel drive, new wheel designs, as it sits alongside the Levante Trofeo at the top of the model range, which also makes its European debut.

Land Rover is 70 this year. Or so I’ve heard. They’re also descending on Goodwood with a fleet of vehicles from every year of their history. There will be vehicles from each model line, special editions and a healthy dose of public service vehicles from over the years.

Other aspects of the Land Rover presence include a record attempt including stunt driver Terry Grant and a Range Rover Sport SVR; electric Defenders for children; a challenging obstacle course for visitors to attempt and the Defender Works V8 will take to the hill.

In other, still bizarre news, WWE wrestler and actor Bill Goldberg, a.k.a. Goldberg, will be driving a Toyota Tundra up the hill… for the second year in a row…

UK pricing for the Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio has been announced. The hot Stelvio is the fastest SUV around the Nurburgring  comes with a twin turbo 2.9-litre V6 that makes 510bhp and 442lbf.ft.

Standard spec includes 20-inch alloys, alcantara seats, a leather dash and steering wheel with carbon fibre trim plus stainless-steel pedals. The 8.8-inch infotainments system is standard, too, and has Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

Safety tech includes autonomous emergency braking, lane departure warning, forward collision warning, integrated braking system, and a reversing camera as standard.

There’s also electronic chassis control, active torque vectoring and an active suspension system, plus a Race Mode, that helped the SUV tame the infamous German track.

Prices for the Stelvio Quadrifoglio will start at £69,500 in the UK.