What is known, however, is that the quadrifoglio verde was first used on an Alfa Romeo by Ugo Sivocci, who won the 1923 Targa Florio in his "RL".
For a while, the symbol stopped being used until it was revived by hot versions of the MiTo and Giulietta models. Up until the arrival of the 4C, the 235 hp Giulietta QV was the flagship of the Alfa Range.
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