1955 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider on display in the Bellezza Section at the Alfa Romeo Museum
1952 Alfa Romeo Disco Volante
The Alfa Romeo Tipo 158 “Alfetta” opened the age of the modern motorsport, winning two F1 World Championships. 1950s.
1954 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint
The Tipo 158 was also known as "Alfetta." 1950s
Alfa Romeo Formula 1 dominance. 1950s
Alfa Romeo 1900 Berlina. 1950s
Alfa Romeo Giulietta advertisement
1951 Alfa Romeo Tipo 159 Alfetta
1952 Alfa Romeo 1900 C52 “Disco Volante” Coupé prototype
1952 Alfa Romeo 1900 C52 “Disco Volante” prototype
1954 Alfa Romeo 1900 SS
1954 Giulietta Sprint, body by Bertone.
1955 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Berlina
1955 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider
1960 Alfa Romeo Giulietta SZ Coda tronca
Alfa Romeo plant in Arese near Milan. (1960s)
Alfa Romeo Giulia TZ2. 1960s
The Alfa Romeo post-war icon: Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTA. 1960s
Eight years after the success of the Giulietta, Alfa Romeo unveiled the Giulia TI at the Monza Autodrome on June 27, 1962.
Alfa Romeo Giulia TI revealed at the Monza Autodrome on June 27, 1962.
1962 Alfa Romeo 2600 Sprint
1962 Alfa Romeo Giulia Berlina
1962 Alfa Romeo Giulia
1963 Alfa Romeo Giulia 1600 Sprint Speciale
1963 Alfa Romeo Giulia GT
1964 Alfa Romeo Giulia TZ
1965 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTA
1965 Alfa Romeo Giulia TZ2
1966 Alfa Romeo Spider 1600
1966 Alfa Romeo Spider
The 33 Stradale (Italian for “road-going”) was built entirely by hand and with mid-engine configuration. (1967-1969)
The Stradale was one of the world’s first supercars, with a top speed of 162 mph (260 kph). (1967-1969)
1967 Alfa Romeo Tipo 33 Stradale
1968 Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale, the closest link between a race car and a road car.
Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTA and Giulia TZ. 1960s
In 1961, Autodelta was created and became Alfa Romeo’s racing department.
Debut of the Giulia TZ in Monza at the “FISA Cup” 1963 with Lorenzo Bandini.
Alfa Romeo racing team at the Balocco Proving Ground. (1970s)
Alfa Romeo Alfasud advertising (1970s)
Alfa Romeo Montreal, an iconic grand tourer. (1970)
1970 Alfa Romeo Montreal
1971 Alfa Romeo Alfasud
Alfa Romeo 33 TT 12. 1971
Production of the Alfetta started in Arese in 1972.
1972 Alfa Romeo Alfetta
1974 Alfa Romeo Alfetta GT
Alfa Romeo 33 TT advertising (1975)
33 TT 12 (1973-1975)
Alfa Romeo Tipo 33 SC12 Turbo. 1977
Mario Andretti and the Tipo 179 F1 racing car (1981).
182 T Formula 1 (1982)
1987 Alfa Romeo 164, designed by Pininfarina and produced at the plant in Arese.
1987 Alfa Romeo 164
1997 Alfa Romeo 156
Alfa Romeo 156 at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 1997.
Nicola Larini racing a 156 (1998)
To celebrate its centenary in the year 2000, Alfa Romeo reintroduced the Giulietta.
2002 Alfa Romeo 147 GTA
2003 Alfa Romeo GTV
2003 Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione
2005 Alfa Romeo Brera
2008 Alfa Romeo 8C Spider
2014 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint
2013 Alfa Romeo 4C
2015 Alfa Romeo 4C’s all-aluminum 1750 Turbo Engine with direct-injection
Inaugurated in 1976, the Alfa Romeo Museum in Arese, Italy, was reopened to the public on June 24, 2015.
Lorenzo Ardizio, Curator Museo Storico Alfa Romeo
2016 Alfa Romeo 4C and 4C Spider
2002 Alfa Romeo 147 GTA CUP
Maurizio Campani, the winner in Monza during the first race of the European Alfa Challenge reserved for the Alfa 147 GTA Cup (2005).
2003 Alfa Romeo GTV interior
2003 Alfa Romeo GT
The 8C Competizione featured a Ferrari-based 4.7-liter 450-hp V-8 engine. 2006
2006 Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione
Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione interior (2006)
2017 Alfa Romeo 4C
Michael Schumacher and Gabriele Tarquini with the Alfa 156 GTA on the Mugello Circuit (2003).
Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio NRING Edition and Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio NRING Edition (June 2018)
Alfa Romeo returned to Formula 1 racing in 2018.
Ralph Gilles, head of design, FCA
The Alfa Romeo Tonale concept introduced at the 2019 Geneva International Motor Show.
At the 2019 Geneva Motor Show, Alfa Romeo revealed the Tonale concept.
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