|Founded in 1910|
|10 cars included|
- "Alfa Romeo got its start in 1910, when Italian Cavaliere Ugo Stella purchased Darracq, a failing Frence car manufacturer. Stella named his company ALFA, an acronym for Anomina Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili. With the outbreak of WWI, ALFA became part of a group of companies owned by Nicola Romeo, was renamed Alfa Romeo, and started focusing on military hardware construction. In 1920, the new Alfa Romeo badge made its debut on the Torpedo 20-30 HP.
- In 1963, Alfa Romeo formed its Autodelta racing division to focus on racing. In 1966, the iconic Spider 1600 Duetto was introduced and grew to world-wide renown when it was driven by Dustin Hoffman in the film 'The Graduate.' In 1977, the Alfa 33 SC 12 won eight championship races and brought home the Constructor's World Championship trophy, the company's fifth. In 2005, the Alfa Spider premiered at the Geneva Auto Show, marking the return of an Italian Legend.
- In late 2003 the Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione was displayed as a concept at the Frankfurt Motor Show and was released in 2007 as a production model with a 445-horsepower engine built as a joint venture between Ferrari and Maserati."
Year Model PI 1986 Spider Quadrifoglio Verde F 145 December IGN Pack 1986 GTV-6 F 185 March Pirelli Car Pack 1965 Giulia Sprint GTA Stradale E 202 1970 Montreal E 229 January Jalopnik Pack 2008 MiTo D 292 1992 155 Q4 D 345 February American Le Mans Series Pack 2009 Brera Italia Independent D 347 2011 Giulietta Quadrifoglio Verde C 409 Pre-Order 1968 33 Stradale A 509 September Pennzoil Pack 2007 8C Competizione A 562