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An epoch-making brand.
Cars with an exclusive allure that have made whole generations dream, always succeeding in playing a key role in a constantly changing world.
Essential beauty. Pure form is modelled on utility with a unique style making its cars immortal. The Alfa Romeo spirit comes to life in the lines of the best designers and car body builders.
Alfa Romeo, a racing car at heart. A legend made of men, cars, successes and technology.
A history marked by moments of glory, but also by tragic episodes that teach how cruel the racetrack can be. An epic story, written on the asphalt of racetracks all over the world.
History and founders
The Museum Bookshoop features a vast array of exclusive products inspired by the history and the DNA of the Alfa Romeo brand.
A curated contemporary space for a coffee break, lunch or dinner in a unique atmosphere.
The facilities of the Alfa Romeo historical museum in Arese are the perfect venue for exclusive events.
They can be used for conventions, showcases and meetings specially organised even at times that are outside the normal opening hours.
It is also possible to organise guided tours, dinners, cocktail parties, personalised tours.
Front, longitudinal, vertical straight-six, block and head in cast iron, two valves per cylinder, double overhead camshafts driven by layshaft and bevel gear pair. One twin-choke carburettor and supercharger, distributor ignition, wet sump lubrication.
1752 cc (65x88 mm)
85 hp at 4500 rpm
Rear-wheel drive, front multiple dry-plate clutch, four speeds + reverse
Longerons and cross members in pressed steel
Open racing two-seater (Zagato)
Front: rigid axle, semi-elliptical leaf springs, friction dampers.
Rear: live axle, semi-elliptical leaf springs, friction dampers.
Mechanically actuated drums
Wheelbase: 2745 mm, Length: 3652 mm, Width: 1615 mm
213 (6C Gran Sport, 1930-1932)