ALFA ROMEO GIULIETTA 2011 – 2020

CAPTION: A. B. C 2018 Alfa Romeo Giulietta BODY COPY Say “Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili Romeo Giulietta” with an Italian accent and you will understand why lovers of all things Italian like driving cars with a plenty of verve. (In case you haven’t worked it you for yourself Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili is what Alfa stands for!) The Giulietta five-door hatchback has been styled to look like a sports coupe thanks to cleverly ‘hidden’ rear door handles. The rear seat armrest has fold out cup holders gives a feeling of… Read more

ALFA ROMEO GIULIA GTA and GTAm SPECIAL EDITIONS

Following the global reveal of the Alfa Romeo Giulia GTA and GTAm in late 2020, a select number of Australian collectors and racing enthusiasts have secured one of the 18 limited vehicles, through a tailored consultation process following expressions of interest. GTA stands for “Gran Turismo Alleggerita”, with alleggerita being the Italian term for “lightened”. Based on the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio, the 2.9 V6 bi-turbo engine produces 397kW. The extensive use of ultra-light materials means the GTA and GTAm can acceleration from zero to 100 km/h in just 3.6… Read more

ALFA ROMEO GIULIETTA FINALE EDIZIONE

Alfa Romeo Giulietta Finale Edizione is the last production run of the iconic Italian hatchback. It features sporty adornments and striking yellow accents and is limited to 35 units for Australia. It is available to order now from $48,950 (plus on road costs), with deliveries currently underway. The Edizione Finale is available in three body colours; Alfa White, Anodized Blue and Magnesium Grey Matte. It has yellow painted brake calipers and yellow external trim inserts. Inside the cabin are yellow accents which are integrated with contrast stitching across the leather… Read more

ALFA ROMEO GIULIETTA SPRINT COUPE

The Alfa Romeo Sprint Coupe came onto the market in 1954 as a replacement for Alfa’s first postwar production design, the 1900, which had been released in 1950. Prior to the 1950s, cars were a relatively small part of Alfa Romeo’s business, its main business being the manufacture of aircraft engines. In the 1920s and 1930s Alfa Romeo competed in many car races and were successful in Grands Prix, Mille Miglia and Le Mans on a number of occasions, soon gaining a reputation as the outstanding marque for the inter-war… Read more

VERY SPECIAL ALFA ROMEO GTA

Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili – these days abbreviated to Alfa was formed on 24th June, 1910. To celebrate the 110th anniversary of the company, Alfa Romeo is bringing back one of the legends of its history, theGiulia GTA. It is technically and conceptually inspired by the Giulia GTA of 1965: the “Gran Turismo Alleggerita” developed by Autodelta and based on the Giulia Sprint GT that racked up sporting successes worldwide. Based on Giulia Quadrifoglio, Giulia GTA is fitted with a more powerful version of the Alfa Romeo 2.9 V6 Bi-Turbo… Read more

ALFA ROMEO 2000 SPYDER

1957 Alfa Romeo 2000 Spider

In the early 1950s the Alfa Romeo plant at Portello had limited production space and a new factory at Arese north of Milan was under construction. Several prototypes of proposed new models such as the 2000 Sportiva were developed and put on display to gauge public acceptance. However, due to a complete lack of public interest and minimal interest in placing orders, the projects were all abandoned. Whilst the 2000 Sportiva was canned, the 2000 four-cylinder engine developed especially for it was not. At the time Alfa’s main line was… Read more

LIMITED EDITION ALFA 4C COMPETIZIONE

Based on the standard Alfa Romeo 4C Coupe, the Limited Edition 4C Competizione is powered by an all-aluminium 177kW, 1.750-litre turbo-petrol engine with intercooler and what Alfa calls ‘continuous twin-phase variators’, as well as TCT dual-clutch transmission Delivering enhanced performance, the 4C Competizione Limited Edition features Akrapovic titanium central exhaust with dual-mode function and carbon fibre exit surround. It has Sports Suspension with double wishbone front and evolved MacPherson strut rear geometry. The 4C Competizione exterior enhancements including Vesuvio Matte Grey paint, exposed carbon fibre roof, rear spoiler, mirror covers,… Read more

ALFA ROMEO 1750 COUPE AND DUETTO

In the late 1920s the Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 established a strong reputation for the firm. Hence, in 1967, when Alfa Romeo was making plans to introduce a new model to sell alongside the Giulia 1600 they had the foresight to revive a great name. Whilst the engine of this new car had a displacement closer to 1800 cc, it was only 29 cc greater than 1750, so the decision was made by Alfa management to revive the old name and use it in all sales promotion relating to this… Read more

ALFA ROMEO GIULIETTA SPECIAL EDITION

Alfa Romeo Australia is importing a limited run of 30 vehicles, the Giulietta Veloce S Edition offers $6,900 in additional customer value for only $3,500 and is now available in Alfa Romeo dealerships from $45,400. These are MSRP prices and on roads have to be factored in. Featuring premium exterior enhancements, the captivating Giulietta Veloce S Edition is available in three exterior colours, solid Alfa White, solid Alfa Black, and a metallic variant of Stromboli Grey. It rides on 18-inch dark Miron wheels with laser-etched red motif. Additional red design… Read more

ALFA ROMEO GIULIA VELOCE

Alfa Romeo Giulia is a stylish Italian sports sedan built on an all-new rear-drive platform and is designed to tackle the market segment currently dominated by the big name Germans and Brits. A couple of months back we road tested the red hot variant, the 500 horsepower (375 kW) Giulia Quadrifoglio Verde powered by a 2.9-litre, twin-turbo V6 developed in co-operation with Ferrari. The QV is a truly brilliant machine, but at $143,900 it’s way out of our relatively modest budget. So this time we’ve spent a week in the… Read more