Alfa Romeo at Research Garage 

One of Italy’s most acclaimed exports is the fashion industry, with the catwalks of Milan featuring some of the most eye-catching designs in the world. Such fashion nous also permeates its way into the Italian automotive industry, with Alfa Romeo incorporating head-turning good looks to really stand out from the crowd. In its latest range of brand new cars, the acclaimed manufacturer offers a selection that embraces cutting-edge aesthetics and a level of performance that is second-to-none.




Here at Research Garages in Nuneaton, we’re proud to be able to showcase the current lineup of new cars from this prestigious manufacturer. Featuring all the latest in technology and engine efficiency, the lineup is almost certain to have something to suit you. Whether you’re a seasoned motorist or are looking at investing in an Alfa Romeo for the very first time.

With financing options and regular special offers available across the new Alfa Romeo range, there’s never been a better time to invest than now. Click through to the individual vehicle pages to learn more about the many attributes offered by each car, and get in touch with a member of the team to book a test drive for a time that suits you.

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The Alfa Romeo Timeline 

The Beginning (1910-1920): Alfa Romeo was founded in 1910 in Milan, Italy, as "Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili" (ALFA). The company initially produced cars, engines, and aircraft engines.

Racing Success with a rename (1920s): In the 1920s, Alfa Romeo became known for its racing success, winning numerous races and championships. Drivers like Tazio Nuvolari and Enzo Ferrari helped to establish the company's reputation for high-performance vehicles. Additionally the company was rescued from bankruptcy by a group of Italian investors, and it was renamed "Alfa Romeo".

Expansion and Merger (1930s): In the 1930s, Alfa Romeo expanded its product line to include luxury cars and commercial vehicles. Additionally the company also merged with Italian car manufacturer, Società Anonima Italiana Darracq (SAID), to form Alfa Romeo Società Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili (Alfa Romeo SA).


Great things to come (1950's): The 1950s were an important decade for Alfa Romeo. In 1950, Alfa Romeo introduced the 1900, a mid-size family car that became the company's first post-war mass-produced model. In 1954, Alfa Romeo introduced the Giulietta, a small sports car that would go on to become one of the company's most iconic models. In 1958, Alfa Romeo won the Formula One World Championship with the 158, a car that had been developed in the 1930s and had been continually updated and improved over the years.

Turbulent Times (1960s-1980s): In the 1960s and 1970s, Alfa Romeo struggled financially and was acquired by the Italian government. The company continued to produce new models such as the Giulia, but quality issues and labor disputes plagued production. In the 1980s, Alfa Romeo was sold to Fiat, which invested heavily in new models and production facilities.

Modern Era (1990s-present):
 In the 1990s and 2000s, Alfa Romeo introduced several new models, including the 156, 147, and GTV. The company also returned to motorsports, competing in the World Touring Car Championship and the Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters. In recent years, Alfa Romeo has focused on producing stylish, high-performance vehicles like the Giulia Quadrifoglio and Stelvio SUV.

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