The Alfa Romeo 2300 is a luxury car produced by the Italian carmaker Alfa Romeo between 1974 and 1986. It was designed to replace the aging Alfa Romeo 2600 and was positioned as a more luxurious and refined alternative to the Alfa Romeo Giulia. The Alfa Romeo 2300 was introduced at the 1974 Turin Motor Show as a four-door sedan. It was powered by a 2.3-liter V6 engine that produced 140 horsepower and had a top speed of 118 mph. The engine was mated to a five-speed manual or three-speed automatic transmission. In 1976, Alfa Romeo introduced the 2300 GT, a two-door coupe designed by Bertone. The GT shared the same mechanical components as the sedan but had a more sporty and aggressive design. It was praised for its handling and performance, as well as its elegant and timeless design. In 1981, Alfa Romeo introduced the 2300 ti, a sportier version of the sedan. It was powered by the same engine as the standard 2300, but had a sportier suspension, larger brakes, and a five-speed manual transmission as standard. The ti was praised for its handling and performance, and was considered a good alternative to more expensive sports sedans. In 1983, Alfa Romeo introduced the 2300 Quadrifoglio Oro (Gold Cloverleaf) as a limited edition version of the 2300 ti. It featured a more powerful 2.5-liter V6 engine that produced 160 horsepower, as well as upgraded suspension, brakes, and wheels. The Quadrifoglio Oro was praised for its performance and handling, and is now considered a rare and highly sought-after car.