Alfa Romeo GTV 1750

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The Alfa Romeo GTV 1750 is a classic two-door sports coupe produced by the Italian carmaker Alfa Romeo from 1967 to 1974. It was designed as an updated and higher-performance version of the earlier Giulia Sprint GT, which was introduced in 1963. The GTV 1750 was powered by a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine that produced 118 horsepower and had a top speed of 118 mph. It also featured improved suspension and brakes, as well as a five-speed manual transmission. The GTV 1750 was praised for its handling and performance, and became a popular choice among sports car enthusiasts.

In terms of design, the GTV 1750 shared many similarities with the earlier Giulia Sprint GT, but also had some distinctive features of its own. It had a more aggressive and muscular appearance, with a larger front grille and a more pronounced hood bulge. It also had a unique taillight design, with four individual round lights instead of the two rectangular lights found on the Giulia Sprint GT.

Throughout its production run, the GTV 1750 underwent several updates and changes. In 1971, Alfa Romeo introduced a revised version of the GTV 1750 with an improved 2.0-liter engine that produced 130 horsepower. This model was known as the GTV 2000, and also featured some cosmetic updates, including larger taillights and a revised interior.

The GTV 1750 and GTV 2000 were both highly regarded for their combination of performance and style, and have become sought-after classics among car enthusiasts. They were also successful in racing, with several notable wins and championships in various competitions throughout their production run.