Alfa Romeo Brera
The Alfa Romeo Brera in its production form was first presented at the 2005 Geneva Motor Show. This version retained many of the aesthetic features of the concept but was downsized in size. Certain details confirm the sporting vocation of this new Alfa Romeo coupe, such as the double chrome exhaust pipe or the triple headlight optics.
The petrol engines of the Brera are also at the service of sportiness with a basic version 2.2 JTS of 185 hp (traction only), up to a more advanced version: the V6 3.2 of 260 hp available in traction or with all-wheel drive. Q4 (manual or automatic "Qtronic" transmission). Note that this 3.2l V6 is of GM origin (General Motors), and was used in particular in Holden (brand of the GM group). This V6 is part of the HFV6 range, also called Alloytec