After the incredible Giulia we finally got our hands on new Alfa Romeo Stelvio, and all we have to say is wow. No we are not exaggerating, it is simply that…
These two companies have been competitors throughout the years and even though Alfa didn’t have serious model to compete with in the recent times, competition flame didn’t die off. Luckily for us Giulia came out after long anticipation, but is it good enough to compete with one of the most popular brands in the world, we’re going to find out.
Not a lot of cars have been so anticipated as 2016 Alfa Romeo Giulia, and to be perfectly honest, they didn’t disappoint. Italian curves with sporty accents made a real stunner out of this car while Ferrari derived engine which develops over 500 HP gives all the power necessary to the most powerful version.
We talked about LPG and its benefits previously, but now we’ve decided to give it a real test on 2004 Alfa Romeo 1.8 TS. Why did we pick this car, well because it is not really economic, it can actually be really thirsty if you give it a real push. It is focused more on performance than on economy and we wanted to see if we can get best of both worlds.
Alfa Romeo is one of those brands that really stick with people. They might not be perfect, but they certainly manage to get a group of followers like no other brand. Alfisti have been waiting for this moment for a long time, pretty much as every other car enthusiasts. New Alfa Romeo Giulia is coming in June next year according to Alfa’s main people.
Alfa Romeo 4C is one of the most beautiful cars on the road at the moment, and even though it might not offer some of the luxury of its competition, it makes it up by performance. 240HP is not really much compared to some of the other cars of today, but they played on power to weight ratio and since 4C weighs less than 2000lb their recipe proved itself as very successful.