Alfa Romeo Alfetta 2017 is a mid-class car manufactured by the Italian company Alfa Romeo between 1972 and 1985. Alfa Romeo Alfetta 2017 is available as a 4-door sedan and 2-door fastback coupe (GT and GTV). The Alfa Romeo Alfetta drive was transmitted to the rear axle via a 5-speed manual gearbox or, optionally, a 3-speed automatic.
The clutch and gearbox housed at the back of the car, along with the Equator, for a more balanced weight distribution, as on the Alfa Romeo Alfetta 158/159 Grand Prix cars. The suspension consisted of double strut suspension with torsion bars front and a The Donburi’s at the back.
Alfa Romeo Alfetta 2017 : Design
The Alfa Romeo Alfetta Sedan was designed by Centro Stile Alfa Romeo, while the Alfetta GTV coupé by Giorgetto Giugiaro. The transaxle drive system, clutch, and gearbox were moved to the rear of the car, close to the rear axle, which positively affected the weight distribution on the axles. Double-wishbones and swivel rods were used for the front axle suspension, while the rear axle de Dion was used. Between 1981 and 1983 facelifting was performed. Production of the Alfa Romeo Alfetta GTV and Alfa Romeo Alfetta GT versions was completed in 1980.
Alfa Romeo Alfetta 2017 : Engine
Later that year the Alfa Romeo Alfetta GTV-6 launched an edition of Alfa Romeo Alfetta GTV with the V6 engine with overhead camshaft and 2.5-liter displacement. To accommodate the intake got bonnet one Bul, which is the most recognizable difference between GTV and GTV-6. The Alfa Romeo Alfetta 2017 model engine was sourced from Alfa 6, but got in GTV-6 electronic injection above Alfa 6s six carburetors, causing engine press to boast the car up in the clouds.
Alfa Romeo Alfetta GTV-6 won the European Touring Car Championship for four consecutive years, from 1982 to 1985, the British Touring Car Championship in 1983 and a number of other racing and rally competitions.