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by George Skentzos

Alfa Romeo has applied the historic Monza namesake to two new special edition models in its range – the Alfa Romeo 147 and the Alfa Romeo GT.

As the home of Italian motorsport, the Alfa Romeo has a strong connection with the Monza name, dating back to 1933 with the Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Monza.

In Monza form, the Alfa Romeo GT Coupe features unique 18 inch alloy wheels which highlight the red painted callipers while satin-effect chrome highlights adorn the wing mirrors, exhaust outlets and gear knob.

The interior adds unique red-effect instrumentation, high-backed sports leather racing seats in hand crafted soft Italian leather with red stitching and rear parking sensors.

Powered by a 2.0 litre JTS engine, the Alfa Romeo GT Monza has a recommend retail price of $53,990 in manual form and $55,990 with direct from Formula One Selespeed gearbox.

 Alfa Romeo special edition Monza twins

Also on offer is the Alfa Romeo 147 Monza which includes unique styling effects such as 18 inch alloy wheels, sports leather racing seats, chrome-tipped exhaust as featured on the GT Monza, and also adds a rear spoiler.

The three-door Twin Spark starts the 147 Monza range at $36,990 in manual form and $38,990 with the Selespeed gearbox, the five-door is $38,990 and $40,990 for manual and Selespeed respectively, while at the top of the range is the high performance Turbo Diesel, the Alfa Romeo 147 JTD Monza at $41,990.