The world of motorsport is made up of milestones, disasters and great deeds in competition. However, not all stories have a happy ending, and automotive stories are no exception.
Motorsports in its genes, power rooted in the spirit of pure competition, unprecedented wins and unrivalled achievements, Maserati celebrates its racing past with F Tributo Special Edition.
It builds handsomely on the Giulia Quadrifoglio with a dramatic appearance, greater performance, a terrific exhaust note and wonderfully engaging handling – all in combination with the sort of ride quality that allows you to use it every day. It is Alfa Romeo's most thrilling road car in years.
A century of mixing innovation, design and passion has driven Maserati to create iconic vehicles, which have changed the way the world thinks about motoring – forever. Today this uniquely Italian recipe, kicks up into a new, higher gear with the arrival of a new brand global ambassador, David Beckham.
In March, Top Gear brought the reveal and a little gallery of the 2021 Alfa Romeo Giulia GTA and GTAm to the world. Now there's more.
June 24,2020 will mark Alfa Romeo's 110th anniversary; a milestone that will celebrate 110 years, distinguished by technological innovations, sporting successes and memorable creations on four wheels.
On 23 May 1940, Maserati celebrated a fantastic four wins in a row at the Targa Florio. In fact, a House of Trident car was first over the finishing line of the prestigious Sicilian race for the fourth consecutive year.
A prototype of the Maserati MC20, the new Maserati super sportscar, will pay homage to Sir Stirling Moss, the British motor-racing ace who died on 12 April at the age of 90.
It’s not often an internal combustion engine gets a send-off – but then this is no ordinary engine. In fact, it’s one of the last naturally-aspirated V8 engines in the segment today.
Motor Trend declared the Alfa Romeo Giulia their Car of The Year in 2018. But now the new BMW 3 series has arrived, let's find out how the new German rival compares...
Things are heating up in the hot hatch range in New Zealand in 2019 with the introduction of Renault’s Megane RS five-door car — which is sure to put the pressure on the rest of this segment.