Alfa Romeo GTV Motus Rosso Miro pearl. pictures from Remco. Brochure, italian, 7/2002, Serie Speciali 2002, 02.9.7618.02 Find out more about this limited edition GTV Motus:
Alfa Romeo Spider 3.0 V6 12V in Arancio Pergusa from 147 colour range. For sale on AutoScout24
Alfa Romeo Spider 3.0 V6 24V in Blu Lightning Met. with Lys Grey Leather interior, black dashboard, black carpets and blue hood. Special thanks to Sharon. This example looks identical to Elegant Limited Edition 2002 (Spider) that’s pictures are yet to be found, that was also available as 3.0 V6 24V. Another interesting fact is…
Alfa Romeo GTV Alfa Corse n.19 in Nero pictures from Daisuke. Find out more about this limited edition GTV Alfa Corse:
916 brochures photo edit part 2 How to create Phase 2 car from Phase 1 photo. One brochure from 1995, other from 1998.
916 brochures photo edit part 1 Same spot, same car, different colour, different contrast. Both brochures from 1996. AR did a lot of photo editing on their brochures.
Alfa Romeo GTV 3.0 V6 24V 6M MEDIO On GTV Phase 2a Lusso there are 2 different MVS codes for 3.0 V6 24V with gearbox type specified in it: 163.943.0.0 – GTV 3.0 V6 24V 5M LUSSO 163.963.0.0 – GTV 3.0 V6 24V 6M LUSSO But Medio has only one MVS: 163.953.0.0 – GTV 3.0…
Penultimate paint code sticker photo for GTV/Spider colour range found! Special thanks to Michael.
Alfa Romeo GTV Alfa Corse pictures from Isao. Find out more about this limited edition GTV Alfa Corse:
22.03.1996 Press Information UK Photos, Phase 1b
It seems that an early GTV badge had a “G” that was not in line with Alfaowner Script font. Not only that, also AR did a lot of (sloppy) photoediting on brochures, more on that later. Also take a note that this early GTV does not yet have Pininfarina badges.
A common misconception spread that all V6-engined 916s have additional air intakes on the lower bumper, either for the oil-cooler or the Turbo’s intercooler. But there is one version from one generation that lacks those intakes. It is Spider 3.0 V6 12V Phase1. It’s oil cooler is in front of the radiator. Interestingly even same…