Laurent Miller, the man who bought the Auto Avio Costruzioni brand name eight years ago, has churned out his third tuned Alfa Romeo.
This time Miller decided to turn his attention on the Giulietta, Alfa’s five-door hatch. The car features a unique two-tone paint job with Alfa dark grey for the lower body and a Lamborghini-sourced “White Ballon” pearl color for most of the upper part of the car and the wheels.
The hatchback is powered by a tinkered version of Alfa's new 1750 TBi turbocharged four-cylinder petro producing 270PS (266bhp) and 385Nm (284 lb-ft), up from the standard model's 235PS (232bhp) and 340Nm. In addition, the the stock suspension has given its place to a fully adjustable suspension from KW.
Like the two Alfa Romeo 159s that Miller tuned before, the Auto Avio Costruzioni Giulietta is a one-off car with pricing set at of 49,900 Frs (approximately €40,000 or US$52,750).