Alfa Romeo: News
Alfa Romeo is an Italian luxury automobile manufacturer headquartered in Piedmont, Italy, and a subsidiary of Stellantis. Formerly known as ‘Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili,’ the company was founded in 1910 in Milan, Italy by anonymous investors. The name “Alfa” is the acronym of the original founding company and “Romeo” is the last name of Nicola Romeo, an entrepreneur who took over the company in 1915. The first car produced by A.L.F.A. was the 1910 24 HP and the first model that wore the Alfa Romeo badge was the Torpedo 20-30 HP. Its current portfolio includes the Giulia, the Giulietta, the Stelvio, and the Quadrifoglio range of vehicles.
21 Dec 2022Latest Cars
Alfa Romeo and an independent Italian coachbuilding company Zagota have revealed the Giulia SWB as a one-off special model.
07 Nov 2022Latest automobiles
Italian carmaker Alfa Romeo has unveiled the 2024 iterations of the Giulia and Stelvio for the US market. The Giulia sedan is offered in four variants, while the SUV gets five trim levels.
29 Mar 2022Latest automobiles
Italian automaker Alfa Romeo has unveiled the Estrema variants of its Giulia sedan and Stelvio SUV in the US. They are positioned between the Veloce and Quadrifoglio trims.
04 Oct 2021Latest automobiles
Italian automaker Alfa Romeo has unveiled the 2022 versions of its Giulia and Stelvio cars in the US. They are available in four trim levels: Sprint, Ti, Veloce, and Quadrifoglio.
06 Sep 2021Formula 1
Formula 1 driver Valtteri Bottas will race for Alfa Romeo from 2022 onwards.
18 Aug 2019Ferrari
A rumbling engine sound, head-turning looks, and a ton of power. That's a Ferrari car for you. Founded in 1939 by an Italian man called Enzo Ferrari, the brand has become a symbol of status and wealth.
25 Mar 2019Bahrain
Mick Schumacher, son of legend Michael Schumacher, is all set to make a Formula 1 test debut next month.
05 Mar 2019India
The 2019 Formula One World Championship is all set to start with the Australian Grand Prix this month.
13 Jan 2017Fiat Chrysler
The Environmental Protection Agency accused Fiat Chrysler of violating Clean Air Act by purportedly installing and slipping to reveal software in almost 104,000 cars and trucks that reconstructs emissions.