50° Autodelta - Alfa Romeo Giulia GT/GTA/GTAm on track!
Among the many cars took to the track for the Autodelta 50th anniversary on
Monza circuit could not miss the legendary Giulia GT / GTA and GTAm that
have made the Alfa history on the Tourism car championship dominating and
winning with a disarming ease! It was great to see many GTA for some laps
all together, a real treat for the fans!
Fra le tante auto scese in pista per il 50° anniversario dell'Autodelta
non potevano mancare a Monza le mitiche Giulia GT/GTA e GTAm che hanno
fatto la storia dell'Alfa nel campionato Turismo dominando e vincendo con
una facilità disarmante! E' stato bello rivederne tante, schierate tutte
insieme, compiere diversi giri, una vera gioia per gli appassionati!
Alfa Romeo 156 GTA Stradale 6C Turbo 600HP Stage3 creation video
Das neue setup für den stradale ist fast fertig es sind 600PS in planung
die angepasste optik auf breitbau ist sogut wie fertig und es geht im
januar zum lackierer
das endgültige video kommt wenn das fahrzeug 100% vollendet ist.... sieht
sehr gut aus bisher :)
New Alfa Romeo Giulia 2015 - Legend Cars TV
When the Alfa Romeo Giulia does arrive, it will rival the BMW 3-Series,
Mercedes-Benz C-Class, Audi A4 as well as the brand new Jaguar XE. At the
top of the range will be the Alfa Romeo Giulia Cloverleaf with it pinned to
take the fight to the latest M3 and upcoming twin-turbo C63 AMG with upwards of 520 hp!
Under the hood, it will feature a truly ferocious 3.0-litre biturbo V6 engine straight from the Maserati Ghibli.
This engine is built by none other than Ferrari and in Giulia Cloverleaf
guise, is expected to produce between 480 hp and 520 hp. Whichever of those
power outputs is chosen, the car will be significantly more powerful than
the 425 hp M3.
Reports indicate that the range-topper will weigh less than the M3 and
consequently reach 100 km/h in less than 4 seconds! Mated to the engine
will be a dual-clutch transmission with a limited-slip differential helping
to ensure the best possible handling and acceleration.
Elsewhere, the Giulia will be available with a selection of 4-cylinder
diesel and petrol engines.
Alfa Romeo Giulietta QV 2015 review - Car Keys
The Alfa Romeo Giulietta is a stylish alternative to hatchbacks like the
Volkswagen Golf, and sitting at the top of its range is the Quadrifoglio
Verde Replacing the Cloverleaf, the Giulietta QV is the hot hatch version
of this car and features the same 1.75-litre engine and dual-clutch gearbox
found in Alfa Romeo’s 4C sports car.
The performance figures certainly look impressive on paper, but can the
Giulietta QV match up to other similar-sized hot hatches? Watch our video
review to find out. or skip to bits of key information using the links
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He Built This Alfa Romeo Giulia, It Built His Career
Most people use their job as a way to get a car. Dorian Valenzuela,
however, is not most people: he used his 1970 Alfa Romeo Giulia 1300 Ti to
land a job, in this case at Singer Vehicle Design, where he helps create
that company's bespoke Porsche 911s.
Nor did Valenzuela follow the typical path to a career in the automotive
world. While still in university–where he was studying transportation in
the hope of one day working on a race team–he applied for an internship
at NASA and eventually landed a position at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Valenzuela would go on to spend more than ten years in the aerospace
industry and some of his work, in the form of the Mars rovers, can now be
seen roaming around that red planet.
Always a car enthusiast, Valenzuela spent his evenings and weekends at home
wrenching on his Alfa and Porsche 964. One day, needing parts for the
Porsche, he responded to an advertisement and found himself walking into
the Singer shop, just outside of Los Angeles. The clean, classic builds and
attention to detail in the Singer cars immediately resonated with him, as
he shared similar goals for his Alfa. Once the folks at Singer got a look
at that Alfa, they agreed. Valenzuela soon found himself changing careers,
moving from the space age to the world of vintage (or, at least,
Given the time he’s invested in the car and the doors it has opened for
him, it’s hardly surprising that this Alfa Romeo has a special place in
Valenzuela’s heart. Indeed, as Valenzuela puts it, the car is an
extension of him and while he doesn’t consider himself an artist, this
car is absolutely a work of art.
2015 Alfa Romeo 4C: The Most Affordable Supercar! - Ignition Ep 113
On this episode of Ignition, Carlos Lago gets behind the wheel of the new
2015 Alfa Romeo 4C to see if Italy’s reintroduction into the entry level
sports car market is worth all that it’s hyped up to be. With it’s
dynamic handling, lively turbo
soundtrack, and it’s expertly crafted F1-style carbon fiber tub, the 4C
is essentially a $55,000 supercar on paper, but how will it perform on the
mountain roads and in our usual gamut of tests? Stay tuned to find out.
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