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Remember these cars? Well, you can still buy 'em new

Yes, we can still confirm the Mitsubishi Lancer is no longer on sale (but we like to double-check every now and then). But there are still plenty of models lingering around among all the new or relatively fresh metal in showrooms – vehicles that most people had forgotten were actually still available...

2019 Alfa Romeo Stelvio Ti review

As a city-dwelling everyday car, this SUV with an Italian attitude may not be entirely functional, but it sure is fun.

2019 Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio review

Equal parts Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, this ludicrously loud Italian will tolerate city driving, but only makes real sense when it’s able to roam free.

Inside the Alfa Romeo Museum

It’s a story that starts in Milan, Italy, on 24 June 1910. On that day, a group of Italian businessmen started Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili (A.L.F.A.) and started building cars. Today, of course, we know that carmaker as Alfa Romeo, a brand that has over the last century-and-a-decade given us some of the most beautiful and evocative cars ever made...

Design Review: Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione (2003)

Alfa Romeo presented an exotic concept car at the 2003 Frankfurt Motor Show, a concept that translated the lines of some of the brand's most beautiful classics into the 21st century - the 8C Competizione. At the time, Alfa Romeo’s range consisted of the 147 (hatchback), the GT (coupe) the 156 (sedan and sportwagon), the GTV (sportscar) and the Spider (roadster)...

2019 Alfa Romeo Giulia Veloce review

We revisit this appealing Italian sports sedan, and still think that what it lacks in cutting-edge cabin tech, it makes up for with spirited dynamics and outsider charm.

Design Review: Alfa Romeo 2uettottanta (2010)

The world witnessed the latest collaboration between Alfa Romeo and Pininfarina - the 2uettotanta - at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show. The collaboration celebrated the 80th anniversary of the Italian design house. This sexy roadster derived its name from the original Alfa Romeo 'Duetto' (1966), officially known as the Spider, and the word ottanta which means 80 in Italian...

2019 Alfa Romeo 4C Spider review

Giulia and Stelvio are the vital models for the Italian brand, though its 4C Spider is still around for those who reminisce about open-top Alfas – or want to own a scaled-down, budget-priced carbon-fibre supercar.

Design Review: Alfa Romeo BAT Prototypes by Bertone (1953-1955)

Back in the 1950s, with the world still recovering from World War II and getting ready to enter the 'Space Age', a new interest for aerodynamically efficient cars sparked the automotive world. In the US, design pioneer Harley Earl was busy creating the new 'spaceship' trend with the GM LeSabre concept (1951)...

2019 Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio review

The Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio is a fast and ferocious beast designed to dethrone its German mega-SUV rivals.

Design Review: Alfa Romeo Tonale (2019)

Usually, we explore concept cars launched several decades ago, but for this instalment we felt the need to talk about a car that was unveiled earlier this year at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show - the Alfa Romeo Tonale. The first Alfa Romeo with a hybrid powertrain is (at least for now) just a design study, even though we all know it's a sign of things to come from the Italian brand...