Alfa Romeo GTV (1995)

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Alfa Romeo GTV (1995–2006) was a 2-door sportscar made in Italy by Alfa Romeo.

It was designed by Enrico Fumia (born 1948) of the Pininfarina design company.

GTV was a coupe with tiny rear seats. "GTV" means Gran Turismo Veloce (in Italian) and had a little space for luggage for longer trips. The cabriolet Spider had no back seat and almost no space for luggage. The engines were 1.8, 2, 3 and 3.2-liter. In 2003 the front looks were changed.[1]

GTV was replaced in 2004 and 2005 by the Alfa Romeo GT and the Alfa Romeo Brera, and in 2006 the Brera Spider.

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