The Alfa Romeo Brera’s name probably comes from the famous “Brera” neighborhood of Milan in Italy. This car has been presented together with the 159 and uses the same planting as the 159 and was exhibited at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art exhibition. Its design is nothing short of extraordinary: despite the soft lines, the Brera manages to maintain a sporty soul. This two-door is proposed starting from 2005 as an alternative to the Audi TT, the Nissan 350Z, the BMW Z4, and many other similar cars. The Brera is equipped with very performing engines ranging from 185 to 260 horsepower. An ‘S’ version of this vehicle is also made which is 100 kilos lighter than the standard model and was only sold in the UK. The special “Brera Ti” version, on the other hand, has aesthetic details inspired by the 8C Competizione. The rarest variant (900 units produced) of the Brera is the “Italia Independent”, which features numerous details in carbon fiber and the aluminum fuel cap. Over the five years it remained on sale, the Brera sold just over 20,000 units.
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🏎 Alfa Romeo Brera
📍 Italy
🛠 2.0 JTDM 170HP
💨 8,8 seconds
🔝 220km/h
💶 No longer on sale
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