Best looking SUV in recent years is getting a premature facelift to keep the momentum going. Even though most of the Alfista would’ve thought that Giulia is Alfa’s best selling model, it is not. Their best selling model is Stelvio with around 43000 units sold in 2018. The main reason for this is the buyers’ preference for SUV and Crossover models around the world.
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2019 Mille Miglia was marked by a special version of Giulia which pays homage to Alfa Romeo’s racing cars from the ’60s and ’70s. As you can see the most striking thing about this car is its color. So, why gold, you might ask? Well, even though this Giulia is not the same exact shade of the brand’s racing cars from that era, it is very similar.
Who would’ve thought twenty years ago that we’re going to be watching quarter mile drag races between SUVs? Probably nobody, but that is exactly what we have here today.
Alfa Romeo SUV is joining Spanish police forces. They got a fleet of Alfa Romeo Stelvios which will supposedly run them up around 50000 Euros per unit. It seems like they followed their colleagues from Italy who utilized this Italian brand long time ago. All of the 100 acquired Stelvios use the same two liter engine which develops 200HP.
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.
Alfa Romeo 4C has been out for a while now, and while some critics disprove it, most of the car enthusiasts adore it with great passion. Even though it is not a perfect car, it was never meant to be.
Great news for all Alfa Romeo enthusiasts when it comes to 2019 F1 season as Sauber F1 becomes Alfa Romeo Racing. Besides, as we all know, the newly established team got new drivers as well.
In 1997 something really special came out with a serpent badge and it was the unmistakable Alfa Romeo Scighera. It was designed under Italdesign roof by none other than Fabrizio Giugiaro. Whether you like it or not, we all have to admit one thing, it is striking, and design-wise (with a few modern tweaks) it could compete with the modern supercars.
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
Today, we’re bringing you another incredible design study created by very talented designer Jérémy Sachot. It is a creation purely inspired by work of world-renowned design studio which is now sadly closed, the Bertone.