When it comes to six-pot powerplants, these are the best of the best.
Prepare your ears.
We need more wagons in our lives.
Italian carmakers are best known for their sports cars and city-friendly compacts, but they can make a mean four-door, too.
Get it? It's half of an Alfa Romeo.
A 350-hp Giulia would slot in nicely between the 280-hp base model and the 505-hp Quadrifoglio.
Only 90 examples were ever shipped to the US, meaning this could be your only chance to own a V8-powered piece of Alfa history.
This Zagato-bodied masterpiece, #946 of 1036 produced, was recently imported from Japan. It's fantastic.
RM Sotheby's will sell this 1921 G1 at its Arizona event in January. The price? Around $1.5 million.
Some of the sweetest classic Italian metal is coming up for sale later this month. Here are our favorites.
The Stelvio Quadrifoglio, Alfa's newest car, takes the sport-utility vehicle record at the Green Hell with a time of 7:51.7.
In the turbo era, 150 horsepower per liter is just the beginning.
The Italian company's upcoming large sedan flagship was supposed to go on sale in 2018. It seems that's not the case anymore.
Only one car will get the honor of being the 2018 Road & Track Performance Car of the Year. Let's break down the contenders.
DB5? No thanks. We'll take the submarine Lotus instead.
The Alfaholics GTA R is "driving at its very best," according to Top Gear host Chris Harris.
Yes, a fully built Alfaholics GTA-R 290 is a $315,000 car. It might just be worth it, though.
The Quadrifoglio's four-cylinder sibling still offers style aplenty and a distinct driving experience.
One of 1281 delivered to the Italian military, this 1952 Alfa Matta is yours for $55,000.
Alfa Romeo head Reid Bigland reached R&T to explain the issues we had in testing a Giulia Quadrifoglio.
How one of the greatest brands in automotive history might squander what goodwill it has left.
Alfa promises the new Stelvio Quadrifoglio will be the fastest SUV ever around the famed German track.
Rare, gorgeous, and delightful to drive, the Sprint Speciale is the most elegant way to enjoy about 113 horsepower.
If you don't get Alfa, drive an old Spider.
That's damn quick for a four-cylinder crossover.
Once you tap into your latent Alfa Romeo love, there's no turning back—as the founder of Petrolicious discovered the hard way.
It's a battle between the six-cylinder turbocharged sports sedans.