A new fascia is present on this Alfa Romeo Giulietta prototype, although our spies report that its Geneva debut will come with tweaked headlights, too.
It might not be the newest kid on the block here in Frankfurt, but the Alfa Romeo Giulia finally greets the general public. We ooh and aah, here.
Car and Driver is digging into its archives again to collect a fantastic group of vintage ads showing off the highlights of '60s motoring.
As smaller manufacturers look for ways to stay viable, wholly unique models are becoming a thing of the past. Will that hurt the image or experience?
Future Of FCA On Display At Dealer Conference
FCA is showing off all sorts of future products right now at a dealer conference in Vegas, including a new Barracuda, Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk and Dodge Dart GLH.
You might know what the Alfa Romeo Giulia looks like, but this video lets you hear its twin-turbo V6 roar around the Nurburgring.
Alfa Romeo's crossover is on track for its 2016 debut, with sales starting late that year in the US. The CUV reportedly shares its platform with the Giulia sedan.
A YouTube video shows off the interior of the coming Alfa Romeo Giulia sedan with what looks like a new infotainment system.
A hot version of the upcoming Fiat 124 Spider has been spied. Something more powerful lurks under its hood.
Additional Engines Coming To Frankfurt
While confirming that additional engines for the new Giulia would be shown in Frankfurt, Alfa's Philippe Krief let slip some other development details.
"Alfa Romeo is back," the title of this video defiantly declares, and based on what we've learned about the new Giulia, we have every reason to believe them.
Our On Location video from Milan, Italy includes a stop at Expo Milano 2015, the unveiling of the new Alfa Romeo Giulia, and a visit to Alfa's expanded museum.
Founded By French Guys, Good Luck Clover Reminds Us Of A Dead Guy?
The new Giulia sedan got us pumped about Alfa Romeo all over again. Here are a few weird facts about the storied Italian company.
Long Story Short: We Like What We See (And Hear)
The new Giulia marks Alfa's rebirth. After seeing the car, we're cautiously optimistic that the brand will finally get the resurrection it deserves.
Alfa's Turbo'd Lightweight Looks Like A BMW Beater
With 510 horsepower and a curb weight under 3,400 pounds, the new Alfa Romeo Giulia looks like a potential segment-buster for the Italian brand.
Leaked photos are giving us an early look at the Alfa Romeo Giulia just before the Italian sport sedan's debut.
The next Alfa Romeo could follow the example of the 8C Competizione, and feature a Ferrari-derived V6 under it's hood, a new report reveals.
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