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ALFA ROMEO Alfasud Ti Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 3
First production year: 1973
Engines: Gasoline
Body style: Coupé (two-door)
 

1980 - 1983

The 1980 Alfasud TI was the final upgrade for the front-wheel-drive sporty Alfa Romeo. It was the only hatchback that could handle better than the already famed VW Golf GTI. Alfa Romeo's most successful story was close to an end. Its TI version was improved and received a new design, a reworked engine, and, they said, better anti-rust treatment. The latter was much needed since it was th...

full description and technical specifications
gasoline engines:

  ALFA ROMEO Alfasud Ti 1.3 5MT (86 HP)

  ALFA ROMEO Alfasud Ti 1.5 5MT (95 HP)

1978 - 1980

The Alfa Romeo AlfaSud TI was one of the most successful stories for the Italian carmakers. It was introduced in 1972 and heavily improved in 1978. In its attempt to stop the migration of the workforce from the South part of Italy to the North, the Italian Government pushed companies to build a new plant on the lower side of the peninsula. Alfa Romeo already had a factory in the North, and it...

full description and technical specifications
gasoline engines:

  ALFA ROMEO Alfasud Ti 1.3 5MT (79 HP)

  ALFA ROMEO Alfasud Ti 1.5 5MT (85 HP)

1973 - 1977

Alfa Romeo introduced a sporty, two-door version for the Alfasud in 1973 and received the TI letters behind the name from Turismo Internationale. With an increased demand for sporty vehicles, Alfa Romeo decided to offer a new version of its four-door Alfasud. It used the same platform from the successful front-wheel-drive compact hatchback and developed the TI version. While Giorgetto Giug...

full description and technical specifications
gasoline engines:

  ALFA ROMEO Alfasud TI 1.2L 4MT (68 HP)

  ALFA ROMEO Alfasud TI 1.3L 5MT (75 HP)