The Alfa Romeo Giulia Super makes a compelling case in its fight for the cash of Euro luxury sedan buyers. But has the Italian marque done enough to warrant its inclusion amongst the German establishment?
The Alfa Romeo Stelvio is the Italian marque's first salvo in the SUV segment and it will go up against some of the most popular vehicles in Australia when it lands early in 2018.
The tyre-frying, twin-turbocharged V6-powered Giulia QV might be the car tasked with lifting the iconic Italian marque out of the shadows of apathy, but could the smart money actually lie with the lower-spec 2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia Veloce?
The Alfa Romeo Giulia is the first real fruit of a major brand renaissance. The Italian rival to BMW's 3 Series is an exceptionally assured premium sedan, though the diesel version comes with a caveat.
There can be little doubt that Alfa Romeo needs the 2017 Giulia QV to be great. Following on from our track test, we hit the street in the newest super sedan to take the fight to BMW and Mercedes-Benz.
The much anticipated Giulia QV high-performance four-door sedan bears the weight of the 'Alfa Romeo renaissance' on its shoulders. But is the Aussie-spec version good enough on track to wear the four-leaf clover crown?
Not even a torrential downpour was enough to dull our enthusiasm as we made our way towards Brescia, for the start of one of the world’s most celebrated historic road races, Italy’s Mille Miglia. It’s an International automotive extravaganza dating back to 1927, when the first 1000-mile loop kicked off from Brescia in Italy’s north, down to Rome via Rimini, and back up to Brescia via Parma...
The global launch of the 2017 Alfa Romeo is a must-win event for the century-old Italian carmaker. So what's it like?
Armed with a 2.9L twin-turbo V6 with 375kW and 600Nm, the 2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio is the car that will take on the BMW M3 and Mercedes-AMG C63 S...
Alfa Romeo's carbonfibre featherweight, the 4C, loses its top in Spider form. Does it still have the baby sportscar DNA of the coupe version? And the propensity to both thrill and infuriate in roughly equal measure?
In a market where most cars support decisions of the head, is there still room for the Alfa Romeo Giulietta QV, which is firmly driven by the heart?