Giulia GTA, will cost €175,000 on the Italian market, while the starting price of the GTAm, aimed at customers enjoying the race track, is €180,000.
If these prices seem exaggerated, we remind you that Alfa Romeo will make only 500 copies of both models in total, and all vehicles will be numbered, so they will be of special value to collectors. Customers will be able to choose from several versions of the classic racing badges on the exterior of the car, or simply choose from three exterior color options: the red Rosso GTA, the white Bianco Trofeo or the green Verde Montreal. The racing tags were inspired by those used on the original Alpha GTA, in the 1960s and 1970s.
In addition to the body shades, customers will also be able to choose the colors of the brake calipers, the roll-up bar in the cabin, seat belts and seams on the seats.
Regardless of the appearance of the exterior, all Alfa Romeo Giulia GTA and GTAm customers are offered a 2.9-liter V6 Bi-Turbo gasoline producing 540hp or 30hp more than the Giulia Quadrifoglio. When it comes to performance, these vehicles accelerate from place to hundred in just 3.6 seconds.
he cars are equipped with advanced sports suspension, while some body panels are made of carbon fiber.
Inside the vehicle, several new details are catching our attention. Above all, there is an abundance of alcantara used – on the dashboard, door panels, glove cassettes, side posts and center seats. Alcantara is even more present in the GTAm version, where the rear bench has been removed, creating space for a fully coated large bulkhead, which has specific molds designed to hold helmets and fire extinguishers. The GTAm also differs in that it has a protective “cage”, no internal door panel, and the door opens with a belt instead of a handle.