Published on April 5th, 2019 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez


Alfa Romeo GTV Coming In 2021

Last year, Alfa Romeo and its parent FCA announced the return of the GTV sports coupe. In the meantime, an internet leak gives us a first glimpse of the bodywork of the new GTV.

With the support of a hybrid electric motor, this new Alfa sports coupe will be able to deliver a healthy 600hp via the 2.9L twin-turbo V6 first used in the Giluia Quadrifoglio, which in itself is already delivering a healthy 505hp.

Fitted in the GTV its power output will climb to sensational 530hp thanks to the presence of the electric motor. Added to that will be short-duration electric power to bring the total up to or beyond 600hp putting it in supercar territory right next to the Audi RS5 and the BMW M4.

This picture was shared by an Italian website and looks like the final production car

Alfa Romeo is working on its total model range. At the Geneva Motor Show last March, the Italian manufacturer introduced the Tonale concept , a compact SUV with a plug-in hybrid engine. But Alfisti look forward to the return of the GTV, which will be marketed in 2021.

The new GTV will arrive at Alfa’s busiest period as the brand revives their image and product range for 2021.

Alfa has big plans for the coming years staring with plans to introduce long-wheelbase versions of the Giulia and Stelvio, the Tonale compact SUV, a further SUV even larger than the Stelvio, and a reimagined 8C supercar over the next few years. This new picture does not show the whole car, only its sexy rear end.

Alfa Romeo GTV Specifications

Launching: 2021

Bodywork: four-seater coupe

Powertrain: 2.9 V6 (Giulia Quadrifoglio) with hybrid support

Power: +600 hp

Transmission: four-wheel drive (with torque vectorization)

Weight distribution: 50/50

Alfa Romeo GTV History

The original GTV appeared on the market in 1976, which was designed by the prestigious house of Giugiaro . On the basis of the trimmed Alfetta, it was initially driven by a turbocharged 2.0-liter 150bhp engine. In 1980 it was updated, also premiering its sporty sibling, the GTV6 with 2.5 V6 engine of 158hp .

This Alfa GTV was discontinued in 1986, but then some 8 years later it returned in 1994 and returning the GTV was then based on a Fiat front wheel drive platform with a spider with coupe variant. Its top version was a 3.2-liter V6 with a ready 240hp. The Alfa Brera can be considered as its successor.

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