The Alfa Romeo 1750 Berlina was introduced in 1968 as a successor to the Giulia. It was designed to be a more luxurious and refined sedan than its predecessor while still offering the same level of performance and handling that Alfa Romeo was known for.
The 1750 Berlina was powered by a 1.8-liter, four-cylinder engine that produced 118 horsepower and had a top speed of 112 mph. It was available with either a five-speed manual or a three-speed automatic transmission.
In terms of design, the 1750 Berlina featured a more squared-off front end than the Giulia and a longer wheelbase that provided more interior space. It also had a more luxurious interior with improved sound insulation, making it a comfortable and refined cruiser. The 1750 Berlina was well-received by the public and was popular in Europe and the United States. It was produced until 1972 when it was replaced by the Alfa Romeo 2000 Berlina.
Although it was not a sports car, the 1750 Berlina was successful in motorsport. It was used in various racing events, including hill climbs and rallies. One notable example is the 1970 Targa Florio, where an Alfa Romeo 1750 Berlina won its class.