How They Could Turn My Alfa Romeo 4C Into A 450BHP Monster!!!
Alfaworkshop can turn my Alfa Romeo 4C into a 450BHP Monster!! Find out how in this video! If you have an alfa romeo 4c then alfaworks is the place to come. Firstly they know the alfa romeo 4c inside out and have worked on so many over the years. They are currently developing their own car which will soon be offered to customers which will bore out the 1.75 engine and make it run a 2.0 with a twinscroll turbo! This is something that will be pretty amazing and i am sure you will agree. 450bhp in an alfa romeo 4c will be insane!! My main reason for coming to Alfaworkshop was to get my car serviced. i also show you the contact points on how to jack up the car correctly!
This Insanely Rare Alfa Romeo SZ is Utterly Bonkers, and Brilliant
The name Zagato may be most associated with Aston Martins, but 30 years ago they collaborated with Alfa Romeo to produce one of the most striking and divisive cars in the brand's history. With only around 1,000 made, the SZ is a rare sight indeed - but today I get to drive one and see what it's all about.
Too Pretty To Race: The Alfa Romeo Sprint Speciale
The name Zagato may be most associated with Aston MartWe owe the existence of the Giulietta Sprint Speciale to the racing career it never actually got. Alfa Romeo wanted a Giulietta variant aimed even more explicitly towards gentlemen drivers, based on the short-wheelbase platform made for the Giulietta Spider. The success of the Sprint made Nuccio Bertone a trusted partner of Alfa Romeo, so it was up to his designer, Franco Scaglione, to come up with a new design. Scaglione went for a swoopy, elongated teardrop shape that was a compendium of his previous experimentation, itself based on the studies of pioneering aerodynamicist Paul Jaray. But, unbeknown to either Alfa or Bertone, a formidable contender to the Sprint Speciale was taking shape in Zagato's workshop...
The Sprint Speciale's striking shape was dictated by the pursuit of speed, yet it's as far from pure functionalism as it can get. It blends science and art into an irresistible kinetic sculpture.