Car And Driver's First Five Months With the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio Have Been a Maintenance Nightmare

The kicker for Car And Driver’s 10,000 mile check-in report for its Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio long-term loan reads: “When we have it, we love driving it. We just wish we had it more.” It perfectly represents the disappointment of having such a fun new car plagued with so many problems, but who is surprised?

Rebuilding an Alfa Milano Verde So It Won't Burn Down the Garage Like the Last One Did

Graham Blyth suffered the ultimate heartbreak: He lost his entire garage after his 1989 Alfa Romeo Milano Verde caught fire while trying to diagnose an ignition issue. Instead of shunning Alfas forever, Blyth bought another Milano Verde less than two months after the fire, and completely rebuilt it to (hopefully!)…

An Inside Look At Zagato, One Of The World's Wildest Coachbuilders

If there’s one thing I learned on my recent trip to Italy, it’s that style matters. Looking good is more important than looking where you’re going. So it’s no wonder the storied art of coachbuilding—creating customized bodies for cars—is still well and truly alive in the nondescript town of Arese, Northern Italy. Here…

The 2018 Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio Is The Most Expensive Alfa You Can Buy At $81,590

Alfa Romeo has a colorful history of making some beautiful coupes and sedans, but in 2018 the automaker knows what sells, and that’s crossovers. Of course, a modern Alfa buyer doesn’t want just any crossover—they want one with 505 furious horsepower, so the top-shelf Stelvio will set them back some serious coin.

This Alfa Romeo Was Rebuilt As A Beautiful Off-Roader And Smashed On A Jump

One of the most beautiful off-road-style builds we’ve ever seen is this 1974 Alfa Romeo GTV 2000, which started its new life when it was dropped off a flat-bed trailer. Owners Nikita and Ilya Bridan rebuilt it into an safari-style hoonmobile, which inevitably came to Hoonigan’s yard where it died as it was meant to…

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