After a short hiatus, Hot or Not is back and this week we have the 2017 Alfo Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio. Alfa had been absent from the US market for some time before the return of the brand. First came the 8C and 4C coupes and now the brand has brought us
The Performance Crossover - Italian Style
Take a ripping fast sports sedan, say the Alfa Romeo Guilia, give it a lift kit, stretch it out, and raise its roof for more interior room. What you end up with is the all new 2018 Stelvio crossover. And like most things Italian, you
Behold! The top 5 surprises of Alfa Romeo's first crossover, the 2018 Stelvio
The Stelvio is based on the same platform as the Giulia sedan. This is a good thing, as the Giulia is an exceptional luxury performance sedan, which claimed a blistering 7 min 32 sec lap at the Nurburgring.
Just as Italy’s Stelvio Pass once was the artificial boundary for 3 countries, the automotive industry once had clear identifying features to distinguish its segments. The lines are becoming even more blurred with each successive model. Alfa’s latest performance SUV, appropriately named Stelvio, is determined to push the boundaries even
All of the big reveals from the 2016 LA Auto Show are in, and now TFL's Roman Mica and Andre Smirnov are counting down their top five debuts from the show.
The LA show was very crossover-heavy, no surprise considering the market is moving in that direction, and a few of
Can 505 horsepower, four doors, a hatch, and AWD be a bad thing? No! The good thing is, it's precisely what the all-new Alfa Romeo Stelvio promises as it makes its debut at the 2016 LA Auto Show.
The Stelvio is based on an AWD version of the Giulia platform. This
Alfa Romeo, long the heart and soul of the European auto industry, has returned to the U.S. marketplace with a vengeance following a nearly 20-year hiatus. The first model to return to North American soil was the 2015 Alfa Romeo 4C Sport Coupe. On the heels of the 4C Sport
New cars are terrible investments. A new car's value can drop $2,000 - $3,000 almost immediately after driving it off the dealership lot. It is not uncommon for a car to lose 30 percent of its value in the first couple years of ownership, and the resale will continue to