Alfa Romeo GT Quadrifoglio d'Oro Hits Japan
Alfa has created a special edition for the GT coupe, with the model only being destined for the Japanese market, as Carscoop reports.
Dubbed Quadrifoglio d'Oro (this can be translated into Golden Clover), the model uses custom gold badging. This is a trademark for the top of the range cars the Italian automotive producer offers.
The coupe rides in special light weight alloy rims, which come in an 18 inch size and use a five-spoke design. These are wrapped in sport tires (224/40) and house red-painted brake calipers. Another distinctive element for the vehicle’s exterior is the chrome trim used for the lower part of the front fascia.
However, the true transformation has taken place in the interior of the car. Alfa has chosen to offer a wide list of goodies, including a leather finish for the seats, a red background for the instrument cluster, an aluminum finish for the pedals and many others.
The vehicle will only be available with the 2.0 liter JTS petrol powerplant (this uses the Japan-spec) that delivers 166 hp. The engine is mated to a five speed automated Selespeed gearbox.
The Alfa Romeo GT Quadrifoglio d'Oro will retail for a price of 3,850,000 Yen, with the amount being equal to $44,300 or EUR 33,900. Alfa Romeo announced that it will only build 60 units of the car.