Autodelta has launched bespoke versions of two Alfa Romeo models at the MPH09 motor show in London.
The firm makes bespoke, tuned versions of Alfa Romeos from its London Park Royal headquarters and it has created 159 and Brera models for display at the MPH09, which is also known as the Prestige and Performance car show.
The Autodelta J4 3.2 C is based on the 159 and features a range of styling and performance upgrades over the standard model. Its 3.2-litre V6 engine has been tweaked to produce 347bhp, although it hasn’t released new performance figures.
Intensive R&D work has been carried out to improve the chassis and develop a smooth, yet sporty ride. The ECU has been remapped, while modifications have also been made to the brakes and suspension.
Autodelta’s changes to the Brera S build on the weight loss and power upgrade package already available from Prodrive. The British firm managed to shed 100kg from the bulky Brera, and Autodelta has added its own supercharger and intercooler to improve performance from the 347bhp V6 engine. These upgrades also feature on the 159.
The Autodelta Brera S 3.2 ‘Compressore' also boasts a new limited-slip differential to improve in-gear performance and boost traction. Prodrive’s track suspension set-up has also been replaced by a custom Autodelta Sportline suspension, which it claims blends track and road qualities.
No prices or on sale dates have been revealed by the firm.