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Giulietta Spider (Italy, 1958)

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The Giulietta Spider was born by request of Max Hoffman that, convinced of the success that the Alfa Romeo could have on the United States of America, pressed the Italian brand to produce an open version of the Giulietta. Envisioned by Pinin Farina, the style of the new Giulietta wasn’t very innovative design-wise, but it was very appealing to the eyes, enough to make it an iconic model of Alfa Romeo.

The car debuted at Paris motor show in 1955. Since Hoffman had requested 600 vehicles from the start to export to America, the Giulietta Spider was first available in the USA than in Italy. In fact, Italians had to wait for the complete delivery to Hoffman to be made to have the car for sale in their country.



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The Giulietta Spider reaches 165 km/h. The engine chosen for this version was a 4 cylinder with 65CV.



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Conceived by Pinin Farina, the Giulietta Spider had a very attractive design. The doors were fitted, as well as the rubber mats. The car had wind-up windows. The seats were in imitation leather as well as the mat’s borders. The doors had no handles. The 1955 version had a fitted wrap-around windscreen. The total weight was 860 kg.



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