F1 Alfa Romeo has been unveiled today, and we’ve got the full lowdown on what it’s like inside.Â£60k for a car that looks like this? We’re pretty impressed! But how accomplishes it drive? And what’s it want inside? Read our in-depth review now.
What Is It?
F1 Alfa Romeo is an open top sports car with a carbon fibre body and a hybrid powertrain. It will go into production next year and will cost between £60,000 and £70,000 when it goes on sale in 2018.
Design & Styling
The new F1 Alfa Romeo looks very much like its predecessor, the Giulia, but there are some changes. The front end is more aggressive than before, with a wider grille and sharper headlights. There are also two large air intakes at the front, one above each wheel arch. These are designed to improve airflow to the engine, helping it generate more power.
Performance & Handling
The new car will come with an updated version of the 1.8 litre turbocharged four cylinder petrol engine, producing 201bhp and 295lb ft of torque. This should give the Alfa a 0-62mph time of 4.5 seconds, and a top speed of 155mph.
Safety & Security
F1 Alfa Romeo arrives with a host of safety features, such as front and rear parking detectors, random site monitoring, street keeps administer, and computerized trouble braking. There’s also a driver alert system, which uses radar to detect vehicles approaching at high speeds, and sounds an alarm when necessary.
Features & Technology
Alfa Romeos come with a host of safety technologies, including forward collision warning, pedestrian detection, road avoidance caution, and adaptive sail control. They also feature a 360-degree camera system, which allows drivers to see behind them while reversing.