Alfa Romeo Car News, Photos & Videos
By Bryan D on June 21, 2018
Recently, Alfa Romeo released their five-year plan which provided consumers with an idea of what they should expect going forward. That plan contained no intentions of revamping the 4C with a fresh version. So, Adler Group joined forces with Umberto Palermo’s Up Design to create a visual of what a 4C successor could potentially look like.
By Bryan D on April 30, 2018
Since the 4C was manufactured, Alfa Romeo have refused to create a high-performance Quadrifoglio version. Why? Because they deemed the standard good enough to compete with others in the market. But, the tuners at Pogea Racing decided to take the reins and give it a mean upgrade.
By Steve Hampton on March 15, 2018
When Alfa Romeo released Giulia Quadrifoglio, their awesome sports sedan, not many people expected it to gain such widespread popularity so quickly. But, it did, and Alfa Romeo put their thinking caps on to conjure up a way to utilize that new-found popularity.
By Brittany Cermak on February 12, 2013
As we explained in an article last week, Alfa Romeo hasn’t sold a car stateside in quite some time. Two years ago at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show, however, the Italian automaker introduced a car that they said would change all that—the 4C concept. Today, weeks in advance of this year’s Geneva Motor Show, the Italian automaker finally revealed the production version of the 4C. Though we were already excited about the sports car's arrival, which is scheduled for later this year, after seeing the images Alfa Romeo released this morning (above)—we simply can’t wait.
By Brittany Cermak on January 30, 2013
Unless you count the limited production 8C Competizione, which Alfa Romeo briefly sold through Maserati’s U.S. dealer network in 2009, the Italian automaker hasn’t sold a car in the United States for quite some time now. However, since it left the U.S. market in 1995—in order to ensure that out of sight did not indeed mean out of mind—Alfa has been vocal about its intention to someday grace our shores once again. Though the Fiat SpA-owned automaker has missed quite a few target dates to do so over the past five or six years, we’re pretty sure that we’ll see an Alfa Romeo 4C by the end of 2013. Additionally, as Bloomberg reports, we might also see an Alfa-branded crossover shortly thereafter.