The Alfa Romeo 2600 is a series of luxury cars produced by the Italian car manufacturer Alfa Romeo between 1961 and 1968. It was the successor to the 2000 series and was designed as a larger and more luxurious model, positioned above the Giulia in Alfa Romeo’s lineup. The Alfa Romeo 2600 was available in three different body styles: a four-door sedan, a two-door coupe, and a convertible. All three versions were powered by a 2.6-liter inline six-cylinder engine that produced 145 horsepower and had a top speed of around 120 mph. The sedan version of the 2600, known as the Berlina, was introduced in 1961 and featured a spacious and comfortable interior, with ample legroom and headroom for both front and rear passengers. It was praised for its smooth and refined performance, as well as its excellent handling and road-holding capabilities. In 1962, Alfa Romeo introduced the 2600 Sprint, a two-door coupe that was designed by Bertone. The Sprint had a more aerodynamic and sporty design than the Berlina and was praised for its performance, handling, and overall driving experience. The Sprint was also available in a convertible version, known as the Spider, which was designed and built by Carrozzeria Touring. The Alfa Romeo 2600 was the last Alfa Romeo model to feature an inline six-cylinder engine and was produced in relatively small numbers, with just over 11,000 units built in total. Despite its limited production run, the 2600 is still considered a classic and highly collectible car today, prized for its combination of luxury, performance, and style.