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Alfa Romeo 156
The Alfa Romeo 156 (Type 932) is a compact executive car produced by the Italian automobile manufacturer Alfa Romeo. It was introduced at the 1997 Frankfurt Motor Show as the replacement for the Alfa Romeo 155. The 156 received a positive reception and in the following year went on to win the 1998 European Car of the Year award. The 156 saloon was discontinued in Europe late in 2005, while the Q4 Crosswagon continued in production until the end of 2007.
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Series 1 (2002-2003)
Series 2 (2003-2007)
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Votet for the gorgeous GTA
2.5 V6 24V
3.2 V6 24V GTA
Sedan versions. The 2.5 V6 with Zender spoilerkit option:
Would love to see the 156 2.0 twin spark and buso GTA sedans in horizon 5 and motorsport. Horizon has my preference tho.
I would love to see the 156 GTA Sportswagon and/or the 156 GTAm from which only 1 was ever build… It stands in Alfa Romeo´s museum.
The GTAm was build by N. Technology for the WTCC, 4 race cars and 1 Road car prototype.
The GTA Sportswagon for Horizon and the GTAm for Motorsport.
As for the type of transmisson both the 6-speed manual and the Selespeed(automated manual) are fine.
I would really like to see the pre-facelift GTA, but what I think would be really cool is if we could add the touring car bits like we can with the 155!
2004 Alfa Romeo 156 GTA
Developed together with the 147 GTA, it has a 3.2 V6 producing 247HP, with a 6-speed Manual. They both share the same powertrain.
156 GTA never appeared in racing games however, as they used the standard 156.
Quite an informative video on this particular model
Even so many years later it still looks so good compared to a lot of cars from that time, it’s really aged gracefully.
How about the Alfa Romeo 156 Coloni S1? A fully modified version that turns it into a track-only beast. It should be in FH5 along with the 164 Procar.