Porto Cervo was the place choses by Alfa Romeo to unveil the new Brera Italia Independent Limited Edition. So, what is in fact this new limited edition.
According to the manufacturer, the new vehicle offers an opaque paintwork (Titanium) over its entire body,new 18" alloy wheels with an opaque black turbine pattern and some aluminium features, including the fuel cap, red-painted brake calipers and new "Italia Independent" logo on the car's rear.
And this is not all: the same attention to the details is found also at the interior where the manufacturer installed new carbon fibre inserts (on both the dashboard and sporty steering wheel in black leather with red top-stitching) and brushed aluminium plates, personalised with an Italia Independent logo on the front seat head restraints.
Still in a quest for maximum sportiness, the instrument panel of this original car features round red frames plus an aluminium pedal unit and foot-rest. In the same way, the seat trim and door panels are in the deepest black.
Poltrona Frau black leather upholstery with red top-stitching is available as an option. Under the hood we find the 185 hp 2.2 JTS or 260 hp 3.2 V6 engines, both combined with 6-speed gearboxes (according to the engine, these may be manual, Selespeed or automatic Q-Tronic).
The 3.2 engine can also receive the sophisticated Q4 four-wheel drive for those who want more stability. The Alfa Romeo Brera Italia Independent also offers a wealth of standard equipment: VDC with 7 airbags, automatic dual zone climate control system, CD/MP3, cruise control and fog lights.
Customers can naturally personalise their car from the numerous options available, including xenon headlights, parking sensors, Bose Hi-Fi system, Blue&Me, Blue&Me Nav and the new Instant Nav navigation system with a map of Europe on a SD card and compatibility with Blue&Me. The new limited edition will be build in just 900 units, each priced from €32,200 euro (on-the-road price) for the 2.2 JTS Selespeed version.