• May 16, 2008
Click image for a high-res gallery of the Alfa Spider Mille Miglia

The 500 Abarth Asetto Corse isn't the only limited-edition Fiat Group vehicle that'll be available for order at this year's Mille Miglia. Alfa Romeo will also be taking orders for the 11 Spider Mille Miglia editions it's building to commemorate the 11 times it's won the race. Setting the cars apart from standard editions are Rosso 8C paint, Quadrifoglio shields on the fenders and a red-accented black interior. Translation: it's a super-exclusive paint-and-badging special.

Alfa Romeo Spider Mille MigliaEach car is, of course, individually numbered, and their unique ID plates note a different Alfa Romeo Mille Miglia victory. We can totally envision some eccentric collector ultimately securing all eleven rides one day just to have the complete set. Power comes from the automaker's 3.2L V6 producing 260 horses. Price? We don't know, but we'll bet that it more than covers the costs of the model-specific paint and a few extra badges.


[Source: Alfa Romeo]


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      • 6 Years Ago
      Yes please! I still have 2 viable kidneys, so I'm sure I could sell one of those, maybe father a bastard child to sell into slavery and easily have money left over for gas after buying one...too bad we don't get Alfa here in the states just yet.
      • 6 Years Ago
      I think Alfa Romeo has sparked a lot of attention recently.

      I believe Alfa Romeo’s vehicles will do extremely well in today’s North American markets and around the world…

      Beautiful craftsmanship, automotive designs and history… Alfa Romeo’s new 8C Spider, Mito GTA, the updated Brera, Spider Mille Miglia, the 159 sedans, and Sportwagons.

      It would be interesting to see Alfa Romeo’s Mito GTA, Spider Mille Miglia in a longer wheelbase version.

      Hmmm, very interesting…