The Alfa Romeo GT was a 2+2 coupe, introduced in 2004 as the successor to the Alfa Romeo GTV. The GT was based on the same front-wheel drive platform as the Alfa Romeo 147 and 156. It was generally acclaimed for its attractive design, thanks to its aggressive nose and the V-shaped Alfa Romeo grille and the sleek rear lights.
Alfa Romeo GT Overview
The Alfa GT was positioned as a true sports car in Alfa Romeo’s range, and was sold alongside the Brera coupe, which was based on the newer midsized Alfa Romeo 159. Having two midsized coupes in the line-up competing with each other may seem a bit strange, but the Brera was heavier and more of a grand tourer compared to the lighter and nimbler GT, so each appealed to a different niche. Especially with the 3.2 V6 engine, which was famous for its distinctive exhaust note, the GT had a very enthusiast fan base. The 1.9 liter turbo diesel engine proved to be the most popular engine, thanks to its relatively high torque combined with good fuel economy.
Alfa Romeo GT Sales Data & Trends
Sales of the Alfa Romeo GT peaked at 19,155 cars in 2005 and declined every year since. The model was slightly updated in 2007, but no major changes were done on the exterior styling. The GT was withdrawn from the market in 2010 without a direct successor, and a total of less than 75,000 cars have been sold in Europe.
Alfa Romeo GT Europe Sales Data & Charts
Annual sales figures for the Alfa Romeo GT in Europe.
Car sales statistics are from the following countries: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland.