On the year of its 110th anniversary, Alfa Romeo will start the celebrations of this historic milestone returning to its roots and bringing back one of the legends of motoring: Giulia GTA.
The readers of the magazine SPORT AUTO voted for the Italian sport sedan in two categories. The top model Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio was rated number one in the import classification of the category "Standard cars Limousines/station wagons up to 100,000 Euro" for the third time in a row.
Alfa Romeo Tonale Concept has conquered two prestigious international prizes: first the triumph at the Car Design Award 2019 in the Concept Cars category and then the Readers’ Choice Design Award in this year’s Auto Express Awards.
It’s a non-competitve motoring event covering a course of 3,000 miles on roads open to traffic, and every edition visits locations symbiotic to the international jet set. Celebrities from all over the world regularly take part to help to support the event’s charitable aims. It’s the Gumball 3000, that this year will cross Europe starting from Mykonos today to conclude in Ibiza on 15 June.
The 37th re-evocation of the 1000 Miglia is at the starting line. Alfa Romeo, which holds the record for the number of won races, having triumphed eleven times between 1927 and 1957, is ready to play again the role of the absolute protagonist in this year’s Brescia-Rome-Brescia route, for more than 1800 km.
The magazine “Maqina Middle East” crowns Stelvio Quadrifoglio as “Best Mid-Size Sports SUV” at the ”Qatar Car Of The Year 2019” awards.
A masterwork of signature Italian design, beauty and technology, created to offer thrilling driving pleasure.
Born to celebrate Alfa Romeo's comeback to the most prestigious circuits of the world, the “Alfa Romeo Racing” limited editions of Giulia Quadrifoglio and Stelvio Quadrifoglio are a tribute to the glorious sports history of Alfa Romeo.
A thrilling challenge that starts in Australia and ends nine months later in Abu Dhabi, after twenty-one rounds all over the world. A contest where winning and losing are a matter of milliseconds. It's the F1™ World Championship. And in 2019, Alfa Romeo will join the race with its C38.