Model series

HP

1910 - 1923

The designer Guiseppe Merosi, coming from Bianchi, designed the first vehicle for the A. L. F. A. brand in 1910, a racing car called 24 HP. The Vettura 24 HP followed in the same year, of which the company built a total of 300 units by 1920. Technical refinements, such as a four-cylinder monobloc engine […]

Grand Prix

1914 - 1914

Giuseppe Merosi created the A. L. F. A. 40/60 GP Grand Prix to establish himself in international racing. Of the prototype, only one vehicle was built. Contrary to popular belief, the DOHC engine used, an absolute novelty in 1914, was not made by Vittorio Jano, it is also a work by Merosi. In this 4 […]

G1

1920 - 1921

With the G1, Merosi designed the first vehicle under the Alfa Romeo label in a new design for the automobile manufacturer. Merosi had developed the car at home during the dispute over Nicola Romeo’s terms of purchase. The G1 was an “update” of the pre-war models 24 HP and 20/30 ES. The luxury model with […]

R.L./R.M.

1922 - 1927

Developed by Merosi in 1921, the RL was Alfa Romeo’s first sports car after the First World War. He quickly became a sales hit and orders were received from all over the world. The Italian automobile manufacturer produced a total of 2,640 vehicles in the four different versions Standard, Turismo and Sport for road traffic […]

P

1923 - 1934

The P1, the G. P. R., was also a racing car of Giuseppe Merosi. The career of the 1.9-litre six-cylinder twin-ignition engine was to start at the 1923 Monza Grand Prix. However, when Ugo Sivocci died in a wet training accident the day before the race, Alfa Romeo canceled his participation in the race. The […]

6C

1927 - 1954

In 1927 Alfa Romeo entered the medium to low power range segment with the 6C 1500 designed by Vittorio Jano in 1927. The 1.5-litre 6-cylinder engine delivered 44 hp on the road, 54 hp in the S version and 60 hp in the SS version. There were also two variants with a compressor engine, either […]

8C

1931 - 1938

The 8C 2300 was developed in 1931 on the basis of the 6C 1750 as a further development for racing. The car with the stiffened chassis got a 2.3-litre engine with roots compressor and had a remarkable 165 hp in the racing version, the street version still 142 hp. The cylinder unit consisted of two […]

12C

1936 - 1937

The 12C, better known as Tipo C, was a Grand Prix racing car developed by Vittorio Jano. It was available in two versions, 12C-36 and 12C-37, whereby only two of the four 37’s were used. The 12C-36 made its debut in 1936 at the Grand Prix in Tripoli, the 12C-37 at the Coppa Acerbo 1937. […]

158/159/160

1937 - 1952

The Alfa Romeo 158/159, also known as the Alfetta or the small Alfa in Italy, is one of the most successful racing cars ever built. These chic cars made racing history with their 47 victories at 54 Grand Prix starts. The single-seater Voiturette, commissioned by Enzo Ferrari and designed by Gioacchino Colombo, was built in […]

1900

1950 - 1959

From 1950 to 1959 Alfa Romeo produced the 1900 series designed by Orazio Satta Puglia. The notchback saloon Berlina formed the basis for the various other models such as coupés, convertibles and the like. The popular family car for the high-income middle class was the first new development after the Second World War and at […]

Giulietta

1954 - 1965

With the first generation of the Giulietta, designed by Bertone, Alfa Romeo came onto the market with a vehicle whose success dates back to the 21st century. As early as 1954, the Giulietta presented itself young and dynamic, yet with discreet elegance and outstanding performance. 9 different variants with different engine types were available from […]

2000

1958 - 1962

The 2000 was planned as the successor of the Alfa Romeo in 1900 and should build on the success of the Giulietta. In the Portello plant, the Italian built the four-door notchback saloon Berlina with the internal number 102.00, while the Spider Carrozzeria Touring, designed by Bianchi Anderloni, was produced. The two-door Coupé Sprint was […]

The Alfa Romeo Dauphine was developed by Renault and produced by the Italian car manufacturer under licence. The production was based on the 1957 contract for European cooperation, which was sealed by France and Italy with a joint project called Renault-Italia. The parts for the car went directly from the French government to the Alfa […]

Giulia

1962 - 1974

In the middle of 1962 Alfa Romeo came onto the market with the Giulia as the successor of the Giulietta. The angular vehicle with the high, shortened rear set new standards. Advanced, wind-tunnel-tested design, without the tail fin that was common at that time, combined with outstanding performance and high safety standards, helped the car […]

2600

1962 - 1969

The relatively heavy but elegant 2600 series with a higher engine power was developed as the successor to the 2000 series. In order to accommodate the much larger 2600’s engine, the Italian car manufacturer slightly modified the 2000’s bodywork. Carrozzeria Touring built the open, sporty Spider 2+2 seater, while the four-door luxurious Berlina sedan was […]

GT

1963 - 1974

GS Quattroruote

1965 - 1967

Originally Alfa Romeo built the Grand Sport Quattroruote as an eye-catcher for the 1965 Detroit Motor Show, the car owes its name to the Quattroruote magazine, which featured an article on the retro Alfa. The Grand Sport Quattroruote was a replica of the 1750s Gran Sport of the 1930s. Erculo Spada in the house of […]

GTA

1965 - 1975

The Alfa Romeo GTA is a sports car produced by the Italian automobile manufacturer between 1965 and 1975. GTA stands for Gran Turismo Alleggerita, simplified, as a name for consistent lightweight construction. The vehicle was sold in the Giulia Sprint GTA and GTA 1300 Junior versions. Alfa Romeo produced around 1,000 copies for sporting use. […]

Spider

1966 - 1993

Between 1966 and 1993 Alfa Romeo built the Spider. There were a total of 15 versions of the beautiful 105 and 115 series vehicles, and in contrast to the fifth and sixth generations, each of which was a new development in its own right, the Italian version hardly changed the first four generations. Of the […]

Tipo 33

1967 - 1977

The Tipo 33 was first built in the early 1960s, but had considerable quality defects, so Alfa Romeo had to make a number of changes to the vehicle. The following 33/2 from 1967 was available as a road vehicle under the name Stradale and as a racing car. The model is considered to be the […]

In homage to the legendary 6C 1750 of the 1930s, Alfa Romeo also named his Berline 1750, which was introduced in 1967 and was available in a variety of variations. Both the saloon and the GTV Coupé were developed by Bertone. The ingenious carmakers were inspired by the Giulia, from which Bertone took over the […]

Junior Zagato

1969 - 1975

In 1969, Alfa Romeo presented a fast hatchback sports coupé far ahead of its time with the Junior Zagato 1300 at the Turin Motor Show. The JZ, as the chic car is still affectionately called today, was produced by the Italian car body manufacturer Zagato, where the final assembly took place. The coupé was designed […]

Montreal

1971 - 1976

The beautiful Alfa Romeo Montreal sports coupe, a design study by Bertone chief singer Marcello Gandini, was unveiled at the 1967 Montréal Expo on the theme of future automobiles. Since the vehicle immediately attracted the attention of the trade public, the car manufacturer decided to start series production three years later and ended in 1977. […]

Alfasud

1972 - 1983

In 1971, Alfa Romeo introduced the Alfasud, an upscale compact car, at the Turin Motor Show. The popular Rudolph Hruska model was developed and designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro. Series production at the new Alfa plant in Pomigliano D’ Arco (Naples) began in 1972, with almost 910,000 vehicles leaving the production line from the sedan to […]

Alfetta

1972 - 1984

Alfa Romeo built the Alfetta, a four-door hatchback limousine of the upper middle class, from 1972 to 1984, in 1974 the Alfetta Coupé was added. The competitor product to the Berlina 1750/2000 was located above the Giulia. The Alfetta already generated a positive response from the trade press and the international public at the market […]

Nuova

1974 - 1978

After an extensive facelift, the Alfa Romeo Nuova Super replaced the Giulia in the summer of 1974 and the production of the series ended in 1978. The appearance of the bumper and the radiator grille changed, which was made of plastic according to the taste of the times and was fitted with equally sized headlamps. […]