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Founded in Milan, Italy in 1910, Alfa Romeo is an Italian luxury automotive manufacturer. It is pronounced ‘Al-fuh-ruh-may-ow' . The company name is a combination of the acronym for ‘Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili’ and the surname ‘Romeo’ . This comes from Nicola Romeo, a Neapolitan engineer and entrepreneur who took over the company in 1915.

Alfa Romeo was originally focused on racing car production. It developed a name for itself for delivering high performance and innovation. In the 1920s and 1930s, Alfa Romeo was heavily involved in motorsports and the business won several prestigious races. These included four consecutive wins at the Grand Prix World Championships.

In 1950, Alfa Romeo unveiled the 1900, which was the company’s first car with a load-bearing body. Manufactured on an assembly line at the Portello Plant in Milan, it was also the first mass-produced Alfa Romeo. In 1954, the iconic Alfa Romeo Giulietta arrived, which has been popular ever since.

Alfa Romeo has an excellent reputation for manufacturing vehicles that are exhilarating to drive. The brand focuses on delivering agile handling, responsive engines and precision steering to create a sporty and engaging driving experience. Its elegant, sleek designs and meticulous attention to detail ensure every model exudes luxury and style. Alfa Romeo’s main competitors in the luxury car market are BMW and Audi. They each offer comparable features and performance.

From 2025, Alfa Romeo plans to only launch fully electric models, and by 2027, its entire line-up will be EVs. Its first plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV), the Alfa Romeo introduced the Tonale in 2023. Designed to rival the likes of the BMW X1 and the Volvo XC40.

Alfa Romeo cars have several notable features that enhance driving performance, improve handling, and ensure better control. The DNA Drive Mode Selector which allows you to customise your driving experience according to your preferences and the driving conditions. The Alfa Active Suspension is a system that continually adjusts and adapts to changing terrain.

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The Alfa Romeo Tonale is a luxury compact crossover SUV. Introduced in 2022, it features the brand’s iconic and eye-catching design. It is Alfa Romeo’s first hybrid-powered model. The entry-level hybrid model has a 158bhp 1.5-litre petrol engine with a small electric motor. The landmark plug-in hybrid (PHEV) delivers 276bhp with a 1.3-litre petrol engine that powers the front wheels. The larger electric motor powers the rear wheels. Every Alfa Romeo Tonale features a 10.3-inch infotainment screen with Android Auto and wireless Apple CarPlay connectivity.

The Alfa Romeo Stelvio is a stylish, luxury compact SUV which debuted at the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show. It has a range of engine options including turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engines and a high-performance V6 engine in its premium Quadrifoglio model. The Stelvio’s interior is designed like a sports car with recessed dials and silver trim accents. There is also an 8.8-inch touchscreen to cater for all infotainment needs.

The Alfa Romeo Giulia arrived in 1962 as a successor to the hugely popular Giulietta model. It was a luxury compact executive car. Its original line-up consisted of several body styles, including a four-door saloon, a two-door coupé and a convertible. It has many fans around the world thanks to its iconic style. It also had success in motorsports events. These included the European Touring Car Championship. Introduced in 2016 the modern Alfa Romeo Giulia offers a range of engine options. The Quadrifoglio model won the Best Super Saloon in the Autocar Magazine Awards 4 years running. All Giulia models use a carbon-fibre drive shaft made by Hitachi Automotive Systems. They feature aluminium alloy shock towers, suspension parts, front wings and doors.

The Alfa Romeo Giulietta is a compact luxury family hatchback with a strong heritage. It offers an alternative to other hatchbacks on the market such as the VW Golf, Ford Focus, BMW 1 Series and the Mercedes A-Class. Over its different generations and facelifts, this model has retained its practicality, style and appeal.

Manufacturer awards


Alfa Romeo has received a plethora of global awards and recognition for its vehicles over the years. Among its array of awards includes Best Car 2022 for the Alfa Romeo Giulia in Germany. The Most Fun to Drive Award by Autotrader 2022. An Autonis Award for Best Design Innovation 2022 for the Alfa Romeo Tonale. The Alfa Romeo Giulia achieved the What Car? 2019 Performance Car of the Year.

Alfa Romeo frequently asked questions


Who owns Alfa Romeo?

Alfa Romeo is owned by Stellantis, a large multinational automotive manufacturer formed in 2021 following the merger between Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) and the PSA Group. Stellantis is one of the biggest car brands in the world and owns well-known brands including Alfa Romeo, Peugeot, Citroën, Opel, Jeep and Chrysler.

Where are Alfa Romeo made?

Most Alfa Romeo vehicles are made in Italy at several manufacturing plants in the cities of Cassino, Pomigliano d'Arco, and Melfi.

Who makes Alfa Romeo?

Alfa Romeo vehicles are made by Stellantis.

Who makes Alfa Romeo engines?

Alfa Romeo engines are often developed and manufactured in collaboration with other businesses in the Stellantis group, Alfa Romeo’s parent company. For example, the engines for the Alfa Romeo Giulia and the Alfa Romeo Stelvio are assembled at the Alfa Romeo Termoli plant in Italy and the Alfa Romeo Tonale is made at the Giambattista Vico Stellantis production facility, also in Italy.

How much is an Alfa Romeo?

The price of a used Alfa Romeo car depends on a range of factors such as the model, year, mileage, condition and any additional features or options specified by previous owners. A used Alfa Romeo from Arnold Clark will typically cost upwards of £8,998 and you can see the latest vehicles available here

What does Alfa Romeo stand for?

The first part of the name, the ‘Alfa’ comes from the original name of the company, ‘Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili’ which is translated as the ‘Lombard Automobile Factory Public Company.’ The second part of the name, ‘Romeo’ is the surname of the Italian engineer and entrepreneur who acquired the company in 1915.

What is the Alfa Romeo logo?

The Alfa Romeo logo is a circular emblem featuring two traditional symbols of Milan — a red cross and a green snake/dragon-like creature (called the Visconti serpent) on a white background. If you look closely, you will see the serpent is swallowing a man. The biting of the man’s chest represents the Italian city of Milan, where Alfa Romeo was founded. The man himself symbolises the Visconti family who used to rule Milan.

How to pronounce Alfa Romeo?

Alfa Romeo is pronounced ‘Al-fuh-ruh-may-ow.' In the modern International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) this is translated as alfa roˈmɛːo.

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