The Alfa Romeo Giulia GTA: A Moving Tribute
The Alfa Romeo Giulia GTA: It’s A Real Blast From The Past
If you’re one of those automotive enthusiasts that often lament that “they don’t make them like they used to,” we’ve got some good news. Alfa Romeo has made the decision to bring back their iconic racing car from the 1960s and 1970s: the Giulia GTA.
The DNA of the GTA
The GTA’s roots trace back to the Alfa brand’s competitive racing history. The “hot-rodded” sedan will be made available in a variety of color combinations according to industry pundits like Autoblog.com.
In the past, the GTA sported color combinations like white with green stripes and red with the yellow front fascia. Alfa Romeo’s vehicle “stylists” have indicated that a select number of the GTA’s will spot unique color combos like this and that the overall number of GTA’s produced will also be limited to 500.
All The Bells & Whistles
While pricing for the Alfa Romeo Giulia GTA hasn’t been released for the North American market, we can confirm that you get some serious “bells and whistles” with the vehicle. According to Autoblog.com that includes “Bell helmet, a car cover that matches the paint, and a stint at the Alfa Romeo Driving Academy. GTA buyers will also get a racing suit, gloves, and shoes made by Alpinestars.” That’s taking swag to a whole new level.
The Ultimate Delivery Destination
How about this for a destination to pick up your Alfa Romeo Giulia GTA? The Autodelta workshop in Balocco, Italy. That’s the site where some of Alfa’s greatest race cars were developed and built.
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Want More GTA Updates?
Safford Alfa Romeo of Tysons Corner will continue to monitor the progress of the release of the GTA. While no pricing has been set yet for the North American market, we do expect to hear something soon.
In the meantime, if you’d like to explore all the other incredible Alfa Romeo models we offer, feel free to peruse our inventory online. Keep in mind, however, that nothing beats an in-person test drive of one of these automotive masterpieces.