Leaving Silverstone today, as I drove passed some spectators in my GTV I heard one say "Look, a real Alfa" - well said that man :thumbs:
I think I understand what he meant, to my eyes, modern saloon / hatchback Alfas have lost something, although they are perfectly good cars, they seem to have lost some of that Alfa magic, they look pretty much like everybody else's offerings.Leaving Silverstone today, as I drove passed some spectators in my GTV I heard one say "Look, a real Alfa" - well said that man :thumbs:
I agree with most of what you say. But it would be helpful currently if Alfa Romeo were actually making cars for people to drive.Alfa's will remain true alfa's as long as they make the people who own them smile, go out for drives and passionate about the brand. Why limit it to engine configurations? Unfortunately times change and so do preferences of the market so be glad that the legendary status of alfa romeo is still carried on and instilled in new owners.
Can't say the same for many other brands.
You can forget the Giulietta. Contrived, ugly, and at best a Fiat Bravo derivative. With a very nasty, black plastic interior, the most un-Alfa aspect of this horrible car.
Not keen then?There, I didn't even mention the hideousity that is the Giulietta:lol: