Alfa Romeo has been building cars since the beginning of the 20th Century.
It continues to this day to produce classic designs with overtly sporting characteristics.
This web site aims to provide information on all the cars developed and built by Alfa Romeo plus its prototypes. Information on the company, its motorsport activities and history are joined by a host of other features which should be of interest to the owner, mechanic, enthusiast or general reader.
There are 38 model specific pages which cover all production models since 1925, up to and including current production.
For each model there is an overview, technical details, illustrations, links, your comments and more.
Including the new Giulietta.
| 33 | 75 | 145 | 146 | 147 | 155 | 156 | GT | 164 | 166 | Brera | 159 | 8C Comp | Mi.To | Giulietta | all models |
MODELS a complete list of all the 38 models currently featured.
HISTORY a company history through its products
MOTORSPORT a history through Alfa Romeo's involvement in motorsport
CONCEPT CARS information on a number of prototype, experimental, development, demonstrator and show cars
PICTURE GALLERIES images from museums, motorshows and various events
STATISTICS production and sales figures for various models and years
ADVERTS selection of perdiod ads for various Alfa Romeo models
ONLINE BOOKSHOP in association with Amazon with books about Alfa Romeo and their cars (including workshop manuals)
DESKTOP WALLPAPERS free to download, a selection of images of Alfa Romeo cars for your desktop
SCREENSAVERS free to download programs to improve the appearance of your monitor
LINKS a variety of general Alfa Romeo and other Italian car related websites
SCALE MODEL LINKS a variety of websites selling model cars
ARESE MUSEO images of the official Alfa Romeo Museum at Arese
Alongside Alfa Romeo, Ferrari, Fiat, Lancia and Maserati, there are also the 'OTHER MARQUES' pages which cover 52 other Italian Marques.
Abarth, Ansaldo, Aquila, Autobianchi, ASA, ATS, Bandini, Bertone, Bianchi, Bizzarrini, Chiribiri, Cisitalia, Cizeta, CMN, Colli, De Tomaso, De Vecchi, Diatto, Ermini, FATA, Fissore, FLAG, FOD, Ghia, Giannini, Innocenti, Intermeccanica, Iso, Isotta-Fraschini, Itala, Lamborghini, (Francis) Lombardi, Moretti, Nardi (Danese), OM, Osca, OSI, Pagani, Pininfarina, Qvale, Savio, SCAT, Scioneri, Serenissima, Siata, SPA, Stanga, Stanguellini, Temperino, Vignale, Viotti & Zagato
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