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Alfa Romeo GTV & Spider
Alfa Romeo GTV (Gran Turismo Veloce, English Fast Grand Tourer) and Alfa Romeo Spider – a sports car produced in coupe and cabriolet Italian company Alfa Romeo from 1995 to 2006. Known under the internal factory designation Alfa Romeo as a series of 916. GTV is a coupe with a landing formula of 2 + 2, Spider is a 2-seat convertible version of GTV. Over the years of release from 1993 to 2004, about 39,000 Spider and 41,700 GTV were collected.
The name GTV was awarded to the model in honor of the long-discontinued Alfetta GTV coupe, while Spider was a replacement for the 30-year-old Giulia Spider. GTV was produced before the start of production of Brera in 2005, Spider – for another year, until it was replaced by the Brera model of the same name in 2006.
In the list of “100 best cars since 2001 by Jeremy Clarkson” Alfa Romeo GTV is under number 29.
Cars were produced with the following engines: 4-cylinder 1.8 16V Twin Spark (144 hp (106 kW)) and 2.0 16V Twin Spark (155 hp (110.3 kW)) and 6-cylinder 2.0 V6 12V turbocharged, capacity of 202 liters. from. (149 kW) or 3.0 V6 with the 12th (192 hp (141 kW)) or 24 valves (220 hp (162 kW)), and finally the 3.2 V6 24V (240 hp). (177 kW)).
The 2.0 V6 engine, also called V6 TB (short for turbo benzina, or turbocharged petrol), was developed because of Italian legislation, whereby sales of cars with engines over 2 liters were subject to an increased sales tax. In general, this engine was a 3-liter V6 in terms of volume. Turbocharging was installed to increase capacity with the possibility of avoiding an increased tax.
The 2.0 16V Twin Spark engine was based on the Fiat SuperFIRE family unit with the head of the unit developed by Alfa Romeo. It was equipped with a variable valve timing system at the inlet, which provided an angle of phase change of 25 degrees in order to increase the torque and make the curve of power versus speed more linear. Also, this engine was equipped with two balancing shafts with belt drive, which made the engine work smoother and rotated with a double speed of rotation of the crankshaft. On the engine 1.8, the balancing shafts were not installed. TS was the best-selling version of GTV and Spider. The CF2 and CF3 engines had a plastic cover and a variable-length intake manifold.
When the 3.0 V6 24V engine appeared, the machines equipped with it were the fastest of the then produced Alfa Romeo with a maximum speed of 240 km / h. GTV with engines 3.2 V6 24V (240 hp (177 kW)) were the fastest road Alfa Romeo, the acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h took less than 6 seconds, the top speed was 255 km / h.
At the last restyling of GTV in 2003, a 2.0 JTS engine (165 hp (121 kW)) was started on the car with direct fuel injection (the same as for diesel engines). On this engine, only one spark plug was installed in each cylinder. It was equipped with a variable-length intake manifold to improve the air supply to the engine at high revs.