The Alfa Romeo GT Limited Edition highlights 18-inch compound wheels (taken from the model’s choices list) with red brake calipers pressed in behind, and the changed restorative outside enumerating proceed with silk impact entryway mirrors and front grille while it likewise accompanies back stopping sensors as standard. The style makeover proceeds in the lodge, with the aluminum sports pedals, sports calfskin seats, cowhide guiding haggle instrumentation – all are in vogue and immortal. Four outside body hues are accessible on this extraordinary rendition: Black (strong), Alfa Red (pastel), Ice White (pastel) and Atlantico Blue (metallic), while inside it accompanies a marginally reexamined dark calfskin inside.
Presented at the Geneva Motor Show in 2003 preceding landing in the Italian showrooms toward the start of the following year, the GT Coupé was styled by Bertone, one of the last employments for the configuration house under the watchful eye of a court rebuilding process lingered. A greatly adored configuration, the GT Coupé depended on the stage and mechanicals of the 156 Sportwagon (with the dashboard and a string of different segments being taken from the 147). It was, in any case, dominated by the entry soon a while later of another Alfa Romeo sports auto, the Brera – in spite of the fact that, with its athletic looks and more dynamic case, the GT Coupé had its own particular army of fans who appraised it over the Giugiaro-planned car.
At the heart of this new “GT Limited Edition” model is Alfa Romeo’s notable 240 CV 3.2-liter quad-cam V6 (the Brera, by differentiation, experienced being outfitted with the less-respected GM-sourced 3.2 V6). The “Arese” V6 slings the GT Coupé from halt to 100 km/h in only 6.7 seconds and on to a top pace of 243 km/h, while keeping up a more-than-respectable consolidated fuel utilization figure of 12.4 l/100km. Worked at Alfa Romeo’s long-term industrial facility at Pomigliano d’Arco close Naples (nearby the Alfa 159 and 159 Sportwagon), the GT Coupé’s creation has streamed to just about a stop, and with the plant set to change to building the cutting edge Fiat Panda from late one year from now, its death is impending.
The GT Coupé Limited Edition is being sold worldwide by Alfa Romeo’s merchant system with even far off new auto markets, for example, Australia getting 100 case of the games auto while South Africa is offering 30 units; every one is separately numbered for the individual business sector with a to some degree ungainly plaque mounted on the either side of the front wing.
The GT 3.2 Coupé Limited Edition accompanies all the very much determined standard gear rundown of the GT 3.2 Coupé, including six airbags, ABS with EBD, Traction control (ASR) and Stability Control (ESP), remote focal locking, completely movable guiding wheel with remote sound controls, trip PC, ski burrow, front armrest with break, double zone atmosphere control, journey control, back PDC, front traveler seat stature conformity and Bose Hi-Fi framework.
On top of this standard gear and elements the GT 3.2 Coupé Limited Edition incorporates various parts that have been drawn from the model’s typical alternatives list, fitted as standard for this situation: 18-inch, 5-talked wheels (with 225/40ZR14 tires), sports calfskin seats with red sewing (cowhide seats are standard on the customary 3.2 however the configuration is new for the Limited Edition), Blue&Me (handsfree Bluetooth, media player with USB port and voice summons), red brake calipers, silk metallic completion mirrors, grille and entryway handles, “Perceivability Pack” (auto headlights and wipers) and “Inside Pack” (aluminum sports pedals and games instrument bunch).
Alfa Romeo GT Limited Edition 2010 Design Interior Exterior