9 March 2004

If 100 UK customers decide they can’t live without the 300bhp 3.5-litre Autodelta 156, Alfa Romeo will build a small run of right-hand-drive versions from this autumn.

The £35,000 road-going version of the Autodelta-developed 156 European Touring Car certainly looks the part, with flared wheel arches, 225/40 R18 tyres, spoilers, skirts and four exhaust pipes. It also sprints from 0-60mph in less than 6.0sec.

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