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The Alfa Romeo GT became the marque’s second modern coupe and sat alongside the Brera. This disguised test mule hid the handsome design that was the responsibility of Bertone. While the Brera was a luxury coupe, the GT was pitched as a more sporting model.
The Alfa Romeo GT was available with three petrol and one diesel engine. Its solitary 1.9 JTDm diesel produced 168bhp, the entry 1.8 TS 138bhp, 2.0 JTS had 163bhp, and the range-topping 3.2-litre V6 237bhp.
This test mule does well to hide its beauty, something that was crafted by famed Italian design house Bertone. It was a handsome thing that didn’t look out of place next to Alfa Romeo’s flagship models.