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Autodelta (UK)

Autodelta is an after-market tuning company for Alfa Romeo cars, founded in 1987 by engineer Jano Djelalian. It is based in the Park Royal industrial area, northwest London, England. The company produces tuning parts and also full bodykits for various Alfa Romeo cars. It also produces full tuned cars including: reworked suspension, tuned engines with turbochargers, superchargers and so on. Autodelta's newest model is Rotrex supercharged Autodelta Brera J5 3.2 C (348 PS, 430 Nm). The Autodelta 147 GTA AM appeared on motoring program Top Gear, setting a 'Power Lap' time of 1 minute 30 seconds.[1] The company is often mixed up with Alfa Romeo's own racing department Autodelta established in 1963.

In 2010 the company's registered name changed to Autodelta (London) Limited.

Lineup

Base model Modifications
Alfa Romeo 147 147 J12
147 GTA AM
147 GTA AM Super
Alfa Romeo 156 156 J11
156 GTS Super
156 GTA
156 GTA AM
156 GTA AM Super
Alfa Romeo GT GT 3.2 Super
GT 3.2 Super EVO
GT 3.7
GT 3.7 Super
Alfa Romeo Brera/Spider Brera J.5 3.2C
Spider J.6 3.2C
Alfa Romeo GTV/Spider GTV J10
Spider J10
Alfa Romeo SZ Autodelta SZ

References

  1. ^ "Power laps". bbc.co.uk. Retrieved 2008-03-14. 

External links

  • autodelta.co.uk


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