2007 Alfa Romeo GT Q2 review and pictures

Posted on Monday, 27 November 2006 , 12:11:16 byEmil

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Alfa Romeo GT Q2

The 2007 Alfa Romeo GT Q2 received important improvements in terms of active safety and driving enjoyment. At a significantly lower cost and weight, the self-locking front differential ensures some of the advantages typical of four-wheel drive. The 150 bhp JDTM engine on the Alfa GT and Alfa 147, combines with this system, reflecting a considerable increase in torque delivery. The sophisticated Q2 system of Alfa Romeo was developed to carry maximum control and traction, no matter the driving conditions. The Q2 logo at the rear, the lower stance, the rear spoiler, the chromed exhaust terminal, the special 17-inch alloys, the mirror housings and the grille are the stylistic details which make the Alfa 147 ,,Q2,, unique on the road. The interior is highly refined, providing driving excitement with its steering wheel featuring leather upholstery with red stitching. The Hi-Fi system, six airbags, the VDC system, cruise control as well as radio controls on the steering wheel, complete the equipment of the Alfa 147 ,,Q2,,. On the other hand, the Alfa GT Q2 version is distinguished by specific 18-inch rims, satin finish grille, mirror housings, while the styling of the interior shows black leather seats featuring red stitching, special Q2 heel-high strips, grey anthracite facia trims and aluminium pedals. The two Alfa models enjoy great popularity among critics and the public, exceeding all expectations, as the Alfa GT gained over 55,000 customers in Europe, three years after its launch on the market. The 147 proved to be even more successful with more than 500,000 units sold on the European territory.