Autodelta, Europe?s foremost Alfa Romeo tuning specialist, has chosen the occasion of the 75th Geneva Salon (3-13 March 2005) as the ideal showcase to introduce its latest creation, the Autodelta Alfa GT 3.2 Super, to a discerning international audience.
Autodelta?s presence in Geneva is made more poignant by the recent appointment of its latest international dealer, Swiss-based B+K Automobile AG. Equipped with access to Autodelta?s most popular and powerful models, which are tailor-made to customer specifications, this new dealer hopes to satisfy its clientele?s wish for a car which combines beauty and an outstanding sporting heritage, with the benefit of extra power and enhanced performance. B+K Automobile AG will have two Autodelta demonstration cars on hand for potential customers to drive.
Autodelta arrives at the 75th Geneva Salon, after a highly successful 2004, when their new strategic direction of creating bespoke, individually-tailored Alfa Romeo models paid off handsomely. It all started with the debut of the 328 bhp Autodelta 147 GTA AM 3.7 at the prestigious MPH03 Motor Show. This car moved BBC Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson to enthuse that ?mad amounts of power and astounding grip make this the hottest hatch ? ever!? Then the Autodelta 156 GTA AM 3.7 arrived last summer, snapping at the heels of its little sister, before the Autodelta GT Super, embracing the latest supercharging technology, completed the line-up when it was unveiled at MPH04.
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