Dubbed the 155 GTA Stradale, the car was developed under the supervision of legendary Abarth engineer and father of the Lancia 037, Sergio Limone, in 1993 to celebrate Alfa Romeo’s success in
The GTA Stradale was built as a concept, previewing a production car that would celebrate Alfa’s success in touring car racing. The 155 was a real star in saloon-shaped motorsport, where it won
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Dubbed the 155 GTA Stradale, the car was developed under the supervision of legendary Abarth engineer and father of the Lancia 037, Sergio Limone, in 1993 to celebrate Alfa Romeo’s success in touring car racing. Just a single prototype was created and displayed at the Bologna Motor Show.
The Alfa Romeo 155 GTA Stradale Was Italy’s Answer To The BMW M3 by Martin Bigg Auction Sadly, it never entered production – but you can own the original concept.
The Lost GTA Long before the 156 GTA, Alfa was set to revive its GTA badge on the 155 GTA. We’ve tracked down the one and only 155 GTA Stradale prototype and discover why it never made production. Lost road prototype driven.
The 1993 Alfa Romeo 155 GTA Stradale sports saloon is not only a mouthful to say, it’s a handful to drive. In a good way. It’s was also one big missed opportunity for Alfa, which could have competed with legends like the BMW M3 and Mercedes 190 E.
The Alfa Romeo 155 was, of course, one of the most successful racing cars ever built. It dominated across Europe, winning touring car championships in Spain, Italy, Britain and Germany between
Oct 10, 2018 · Actually the precedessor of it, the 1987 Alfa Romeo 75 Turbo Evoluzione was more of the M3/190Evo competitor than the 155 GTA Stradale prototype. There were 500 75 Turbo Evoluziones made as homologation requirements for 1987 Group A rally racing.
Buy the one-of-one Alfa Romeo 155 GTA Stradale that never was The eight-cylinder unit was mated to a six-speed transaxle gearbox with computerized gear selection and paddles on the steering column. Five different driving modes were available and Alfa was especially proud of the transmission’s gear shifts in 175 milliseconds.
Alfa Romeo in 1992, on the wake of the wins obtained by the 155 GTA in the Italian CIVT championship, decided to start the production of a «Stradale» version to be manufactured at Abarth workshop. Unfortunately due to the prohibitive production costs only one unit of this car was made.
Body style: 4-door saloon