The Superbike (SBK) Special Series that is available with all engines in the range excluding the 1.4-liter 69Hp (70PS) and 1.4-liter 168Hp (170PS) petrol units. This model offers some of the aesthetic features of the Limited Edition version and comes at a lower price.
On the outside, you will find 16-inch titanium alloy rims, chrome-plated spoiler and exhaust, mirror fairings in the shade of titanium, sporty rear bumper, black fog light frame and the new titanium “SBK” logo placed on the rear of the car.
Buyers have a choice of four body colors - black, Alfa red, Tornado blue and Cristallo white, combined with three roof shades - black, Alfa red and the brand-new Cristallo white.
Inside, there’s an “SBK” logo on front head restraints and the black “carbon look” dashboard. Standard equipment includes manual climate control system, radio with CD/MP3 player and leather steering wheel.
Customers willing to spend some more money can customize the MiTo with the original SBK kit that includes some of the features of the Limited Edition version such as, the “SBK Limited Edition” sticker, side skirts, rear dam, racing pedal board, red brake calipers and 17” or 18” titanium-finished alloy rims.
In the MiTo supermini, the Sportiva builds on the Distinctive trim adding a host of features with Alfa Romeo claiming that customers benefit from £1,500 worth of option upgrades for just £750 more OTR.
These include bespoke 18-inch Quadrifoglio Verde alloy wheels, sports kick plates, and Sportiva badges for the outside, and darkened headlining, matte black steering wheel inserts that accompany a black leather steering wheel and handbrake, and black Alcantara sport seat upholstery with green stitching for the cabin.
The MiTo Sportiva is available with three engine options including the 0.9-liter TB TwinAir 85 bhp (£16,100 OTR), 1.4 TB MultiAir 135bhp (£17,000 OTR) and the 1.6 JTDM-2 120bhp (£17,750 OTR).
The Sportiva version is based on the Veloce trim, adding larger red Brembo brake callipers mounted inside 18-inch spoke design alloy wheels with a dark titanium finish, leather sport seats, plus a rear armrest with storage compartment and sport kick plates.
Alfa says that new Sportiva trim gives the customer “£3,000 worth of luxury upgrades for an additional cost of just £1,860 OTR”.
The Giulietta Sportiva is offered with a choice of six engines starting at £23,110 OTR for the 1.6 JTDM-2 105bhp.
Ultimate Supercar Sounds in Monaco - 2012 Top Marques!
Full HD 1080p Video By NM2255: Compilation of the best sounds I’ve heard in Monaco during the 2012 Top Marques, hope you like it!
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The Alfa Romeo 4C has won the Design Award for Concept Cars & Prototypes, no wonder why, just look at it! It’s a work of art, and it’s even fast; it weights just 850kg and so the tiny 1.7L turbo engine with over 200hp moves the Alfa from 0 to 100km/h (0-60 mph) in less than 5 seconds and a top speed of about 250km/h (155mph).
It’s not clear when this car will run into production, actually is just a concept.