For nearly 110 years Alfa have been dazzling us with some of most iconic cars ever built, and to mark its 110th birthday, they have decided to pay tribute to one of its most emblematic vehicles: Giulia GTA.
On the Giulia GTA, Alfa Romeo engineers have worked hard to improve the aerodynamics and handling, with special consideration given above all to reduce the weight. The active aerodynamics, thanks to the BMW Sauber Aerokit were specifically designed to increase the downforce.
The same task is assigned to the side skirts, the specific rear spoiler and the active front splitter.
An excellent power-to-weight ratio
Alfa emphasises that Power on its own is not enough to ensure outstanding performance, which goes against my beliefs. The GTA is predominately uses light weight materials such as Carbon Fiber for the drive shaft, bonnet, roof, front bumper, front wheel arches and rear wheel arch inserts and the shell of the sports seats with six-point Sabelt seat belts in the GTAm. Aluminium has been used in the engine, doors and suspension systems and various other composite materials have been used throughout.
A privilege for 500 lucky customers
The Alfa Romeo Giulia GTA and its extreme version, the Giulia GTAm, will be built in a limited edition of only 500 units in total, all numbered and certified and ready to take up their place alongside their 1965 forerunner as one of the most sought-after collector’s items.
The owners will receive a personalised experience package, which includes a Bell helmet in special GTA livery, a full racing set by Alpinestars (race suit, gloves and shoes) and a personalised Goodwool car cover for protecting their GTA or GTAm. Customers can also take part in a specific driving course devised by the Alfa Romeo Driving Academy.