Alfa Romeo

A Visual List Of Our Favorite Alfa Romeo Cars

It’s no surprise that we simply adore Alfa Romeos. Whether they are the classic models or the much newer models. However, simply reading about them and knowing their capabilities, design, and performance may not be enough. Let us give you a treat by showing you some of our favorite Alfa Romeo photos.

Alfa Romeo Race Cars

Alfa Romeo makes great race cars. They have successfully dominated some of the well-known races including the Grand Prix motor racing, Formula One sportscar racing, and many others. In 1910, A.L.F.A. was established and it was at that very start that they focused their attention on the races. One of their first international victories was in 1923 in Targa Florio where a four-leaf clover symbol was seen on the bonnet. 

Years later, in the 1920’s and 1930’s the Alfa Romeo became unbeatable when it comes to their Sports vehicles. Until the present time, they still create race cars are still a great contender especially when their vehicles are controlled by some of the top-notch race car drivers.

Alfa Romeo Convertibles

Although Alfa Romeo started producing very expensive sports cars, they eventually produced cars that the masses can also enjoy. It was in the 1960s when they started to produce cars you don’t just see on the race tracks but on roads as well.

One thing that the Alfa Romeo is famous for is their convertible vehicles. This look and design certainly exude the sports car appeal. Usually, these models are just 2-seaters and they are called the Alfa Romeo Spiders.

Alfa Romeo Giulia (Type 105)

The name Alfa Romeo Giulia is given to three car models that aren’t really related to each other. The first, which we consider as the classic is also known as the Type 105. It is a four-door vehicle that has been in production from 1962 up to 1978. 

Various models of this would include the Giulia TI, TI Super, 1300, Super, 1300 ti, 1600 S, Super 1.3, Super 1.6, 1600 Rallye, and Nuova Super. All of them feature a boxy style design. It has a 4-cylinder engine that can either be a 1.3 liter or 1.6-liter version. They also had various power outputs due to the different configurations of their carburetors and tuning. Also, most of them come with a 5-speed manual transmission.

Alfa Romeo Giulia (Type 952

Unlike the Type 105, this Alfa Romeo Giulia Type 952 is a much more modern model. The production started in 2015 until the present year. Currently, there are several versions of this model including the Giulia, Super, Speciale, Veloce, Veloce Ti, Quadrifoglio, Advanced Efficiency, and the B-Tech Special Edition.

Alfa Romeo Giulietta

Like the Giulia, the Giulietta is also used to name 3 other cars that Alfa Romeo produced. The Type 750 and Type 101 are the first ones to be produced since 1954. The production of these rear-wheel drives stopped in 1965.

The second generation of the Giulietta is the Type 116, which started in production in 1977 as a replacement for the Giulia models. It was in 1985 that the production of the second generation was halted. Finally, the third generation is what is produced until today since it started in 2010. It is also known as type 940.