Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio Specs and Price

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Performance is the name of the game for the latest Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio. The stylish super car boasts a power to weight ratio matched by only a few other sports rides in the industry. The design of the car makes it a driver’s favorite for driving pleasure and control.

Under the hood, the ride has a Ferrari-derived all-aluminum 90-degree 2.9 liter Bi-Turbo V6 engine churning out 505 horsepower and a torque of 443 lb-ft (between 2,500 and 5,500 RPM)  hooked up to a six speed manual transmission. The car can ramp from 0 to 62 miles in just 3.8 seconds with a recorded top speed of 191 mph. The sports car has an impressive Nurburgring lap time of 7:39 minutes making it the fastest four door production vehicle at the race circuit.

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Best New Sports Coupes and Convertibles for Under $35,000

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Italian sports cars are no longer a luxury to be enjoyed by the business elite, glitterati and other 1-percenters. Fiat will be resurrect its famed roadster this summer and sell it a reasonable price.

With the base model available for less than $25,000, the Fiat 124 Spider will be the everyman’s (sorta-) Italian sports car.

Well, if we’re being literal, the 2017 124 Spider, which is based heavily on the current generation MX-5 Miata, will be assembled in Mazda’s Hiroshima Plant in Japan, making the reborn roadster something of a spaghetti eastern.

Regardless of where it’s built, the exterior styling and the turbocharged 1.4-liter inline-four cylinder engine are both as Italian as grandma’s home cooking (not my grandma, per se, but you know what I mean).

In honor of this victory for the workingman, we’ve assembled a list of the top affordable sports cars on the new car market today. This list includes performance-oriented coupes and convertibles (sorry hot hatch fans) that are available with an manufacturer suggested retail price of $35,000 or less.

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First Ever Hydrogen Powered Supercar ready to Roll

First Ever Hydrogen Supercar ready to Roll

This might make some of us scratch our heads, but it certainly is true that a hydrogen powered supercar has been manufactured. In fact, the car made his debut at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show to awe the fans and spectators.

Famous for designing a number of Ferraris, the Italian design firm, Pininfarina has produced a hydrogen fuel cell supercar named H2 Speed. The vehicle has a sporty outlook promising immense driving pleasure for the supercar enthusiasts.

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