- The cars of the State Police Corps
- Alfa Romeo is a lifestyle
- 1900, the first Panther
- A Milanese culture vulture and boxing enthusiast
- On the eve of the “boom”
- Giulietta, the first gazelle
- Giulia, the revolution
Episode 5: “Gazelles” and “Panthers” roam the streets of Italy: Alfa Romeo’s sporty sedans at the service of the law
The fifth episode of the “Storie Alfa Romeo” is set in post-war Italy, rebuilding towards the economic boom.
Alfa Romeo confirmed its legendary status: the fastest cars on the track and on the road.
Alfa Romeo became both a status symbol and the perfect high performance police cars. Both the State Police and the Carabinieri have used just about every Alfa Romeo model from the 1900 of 1950 to the Giulia of today.
During this time, Alfa Romeo truly modernised itself, carving inroads into mass production while retaining the brand’s charm and quality.
The evolution continued the brand’s success and sales boomed: 177,000 sales made the Giulietta “Italy’s sweetheart”, and its successor, the Giulia, with total sales of 570,000 units, was considered an Italian icon.