We’re almost done with our Alfa 147 project, and it is time to look for a new one. As our page, group, and YT channel grew bigger, we want to hear your opinion as well and make you a part of our next project. The main contenders, and the cars we find most interesting at the moment, are Alfa Romeo Brera, and GT, but we’ve given you more options to give your vote for.
We’ve got our hands on another piece of Alfa Romeo Literature from DINGWORT VERLAG. This time the car in question is Junior Z. We’ll start from the print quality which we can describe by only one word – exceptional. Book itself, as well as the prints, are incredible, and they tell us the story of the model from prototype to production version.
Alfa Romeo 4C, the stunning beauty which marked the Alfa’s resurrection from the dead, just got coach-built by an Italian company Mole Automobiles. Already beautiful car got converted into a gem by carefully molding design lines into much more aggressively shaped contours. Their version of 4C implemented some of the elements from the new generation of Alfa’s, like the V-shaped grille, and front bumper vents.
We’ve been writing about Alfa Romeo now for about ten years, and things have changed drastically. From the company that developed a bad reputation due to some reliability issues in the nineties, they managed to turn their luck around, but things are still not ideal.
The biggest news this year when it comes to this Italian brand is definitely their return to Formula 1. They partnered up with Sauber Team in the already successful year in which Sauber Alfa Romeo F1 results finally got some attention, especially in the last race