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And we see what it's like to own a motorcycle in New York City.

This is what it's like to be an automotive enthusiast in the Big Apple.


Surprise! Alfa is in the business of making money.

Crossovers are popular and Alfa is looking to boost sales worldwide. It's unfortunate for enthusiasts, but it shouldn't be a surprise.


Hopefully the mid-engine sports car will stick around.


This year marks the first time CUVs, SUVs, and minivans will compete for their own award.

There are some absurd entries in this year's competition – Rolls-Royce Dawn, anyone? – but plenty of mainstream metal. Finalists will be announced December 6.


Fans of the Giulia interior will be delighted.

The Stelvio is unmistakably Alfa Romeo inside. We still can't tell much from the full-camouflage exterior.


Former CEO Harald Wester retains role as FCA's tech boss.

The high-level shakeup at FCA is likely meant to sort out the many issues facing both Alfa Romeo and Maserati.


We think we found the name of an Alfa Romeo that hasn't been delayed yet.


Carabineiri will use special Quadrifoglio models to transport organs, blood.

Italy's national police have a more important plans for the 505 hp, 191 mph sedan than catching bad guys. Two police versions of Alfa's new sedan will be used to transport organs and blood for emergency medical services.


Alfa Romeo is going to have to fight to gain market share in the crowded field of compact sports sedans.


The handmade sportscar relies on a classic Alfa Romeo drivetrain.

The Italian creation has been designed to look like a 1960s aluminum dream, even though it's completely new.


Expect the production Stelvio to debut later this year. And be much prettier.

All the ugly black plastic in the world can't hide the face of the Alfa Romeo Stelvio crossover from our spy shooters.


Alfa Romeo will have three trims for the Giulia in the US, including a base model, Ti, and the 505-horsepower Quadrifoglio. Even the lower rung models can sprint to 60 miles per hour in 5.5 seconds, and the Quadrifoglio can do it in 3.8 seconds.


The first Alfa Romeo CUV, the Stelvio, will debut in "late autumn," Alfa boss Harald Wester said, which almost certainly means it will arrive in Los Angeles.


Touring Superleggera brings its beauty back to Geneva.

Want to see one of the most beautiful cars at the Geneva Motor Show? Look no further than the Touring Superleggera Disco Volante Spyder.


Alfa Romeo brings the standard Giulia to the Geneva Motor Show, and the sedan continues to look fantastic, even without all of the Quadrifoglio's vents.


The Alfa Romeo Disco Volante Spider is the latest work from Italian design house Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera. It's beautiful, and will debut at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.


Sergio Marchionne says Alfa Romeo's crossover will be called the Stelvio, but we probably won't see it in the US at least 12 months.

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