Alfa Romeo Giulia GTA SOLD OUT | Paisley Autocare
- on October 01, 2021
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The Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio is a high stakes race car. It's not for the faint of heart, and it doesn't have much in common with your run-of-the mill family sedans anymore: this Italian purveyor has taken on our favorite Turbo III (a badge that was once reserved exclusively for Michael Buffer) by reviving their GTA series which means "GT Abbreviation" instead - now if only they'd drop those exhausts too. Innovations include 555 horsepower from 533hp stock under hood power plus new carbon fiber body panels as well as some aluminum trim pieces here n'there; wider trackers all round thanks to larger tires sized down 40mm front.
Sauber Engineering, the racing company behind Alfa Romeo’s famous team branding took to Italy last year where they honed in on designing aggressive aerodynamic devices. The FCA Proving Ground was their destination and is known for being one of Europe's most challenging tracks with its high-speed corners and long straights: perfect conditions for testing out new technologies like carbon fiber front bumpers or side skirts while also getting valuable feedback from our top drivers about what works best!
The Alfa Romeo Giulia GTA is a more muscular take on the company's diminutive roadsters. The Quadrifoglio’s focus has been lowered by 100kg, resulting in a dry weight of around 1520kg says Alfa Romeo. To do this they added carbon fiber to elements like the bonnet and wings with their boots while also incorporating it into other components such as driveshafts front bumper roof extensions bucket seats etcetera for even greater savings all without compromising on style or performance!
The new matte carbon inserts endow the interior with a distinctive technical and aesthetic elegance. In this car, there is no door paneling or rear seats; instead you open your doors by belt from behind using an innovative design that comes straight out of racing!
The Alfa Romeo Giulia GTA and its extreme version, the Giulia GTMm are becoming more rare as they make their way into limited edition models. With only 500 total units to be made available for purchase at any given time these two cars will not last long in today's collector car marketplace which has seen an increase recently due to demand from buyers all over world looking for something different than what’s out there already.