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.
According to the latest info we got, Alfa Romeo is preparing a coupe which is supposed to be revealed at the end of this year or at the beginning of next, however, we’ll still have to wait until 2020 to see a production version. All of this info comes from Pogea Racing which is well-known tuning house that has been working on Alfa Romeo cars for over 20 years.
Even though it seems like there is no room for improvements when it comes to Alfa Romeo 4C, Pogea Racing decides to prove us all different. The main reason there is no 4C QV is because it is best in the class, according to Alfa management, however, as we can see from this creation, there are definitely few things that can be upgraded.
According to a reliable source, the new Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint is going to be presented in October at the new Paris Motor Show. This coupe version of Giulia will be equipped, believe it or not, with an ERS system from Formula 1 which stands for Energy Recovery System, the same component found in one of the best Ferraris of all time, the LaFerrari.
When we take a look at mass produced cars nowadays we notice the pattern of dull boring creations whose main purpose is to make huge profits for their companies. What happened to the good old days when almost all of the car brands took pride in their work, the times when cars were special, full of character and charisma?