Alfa Romeo Giulietta

September 24th, 2013 | 0 Comments | Alfa Romeo

The Alfa Romeo Giulietta is manufactured by the Italian manufacturer Alfa Romeo from 1954 to 1965 compact car. The Giulietta was introduced at the Turin Motor Show in 1954 and nearly 132000 were built in Portello factory in Milan. The first Giulietta model was a coupe, Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint, introduced in late 1954. It was followed by a sedan in spring 1955 and in mid -1955 , the two-seater convertible with bodywork open Giulietta Spider by Pininfarina. In 1957, the most powerful version, called Giulietta TI was presented with small cosmetic changes to the hood , headlights and taillights dial. Carrozzeria Colli also made the wagon variant named Giulietta Giulietta promiscuity. The 91 Example of this version were built. Carrozzeria Boneschi also examples of break called Weekendina.

The  new Alfa Romeo Giulietta version of the Giulietta made its debut at the IAA in 1959. The fuel tank has been incorporated into the rear fender right and was equipped with a door. The nose has been redesigned with more rounded wings , recessed lights, new headlights and rings revised grille with horizontal bars. The interior  much more organized and instruments panel had an elongated as the tachometer hole. The serial number has been changed from 750/753 to 101 series. In 1961, the IT version has been updated to 74 PS. With this new engine , the car can reach a speed of 160 km per hour. Production of standard sedan continued until 1963, when IT has continued for another year.

Alfa Romeo Giulietta 2013

Alfa Romeo Giulietta 2013

The Alfa Romeo Giulietta Twin Cam engine of 1290 cc straight -4 with a cylinder block and cylinder head alloy alloy dual overhead cams. The original Giulietta engine produces a power of 53 hp in the sedan and 80 hp in the Giulietta Sprint. This should be increased to 116 hp in later sporting models such as theAlfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Speciale and the Giulietta Sprint SZ.

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