Alfa Romeo Brera

The Alfa Romeo Brera is a shooting brake sports coupe of the Italian car maker Alfa Romeo. Brera is the name of a district in Milan, in which, among other things, the Art Museum Pinacoteca di Brera is located. The Brera was first ( 2 to 10 April 2005) presented in Germany at the 15th Auto Mobil International in Leipzig. About three years ago, Alfa Romeo had introduced the Italdesign Giugiaro -drawn coupé at the Geneva Motor Show as a study.

The fundamental technical design shares the coupe in important areas which appeared in the summer of 2005 Alfa Romeo 159 From the end of 2005 the vehicle was delivered to customers.

The convertible version of the Alfa Romeo Spider was released in spring 2006.


Beginning of 2008 has been revised with respect to some details of the Alfa Romeo Brera. Launched by the press criticized excessive weight has been reduced mainly through modifications to the suspension by 25 kilograms. Also new integral sports seats with improved lateral support were used. With the omission of the equipment line Sky View, the panoramic glass roof was part of the new Edizione package, Alfa Romeo evaluated on the base version by Brembo brakes and the electronic Q2 limited slip differential in the front-wheel drive models. The 3.2 -liter V6 petrol engine was now also available with front-wheel drive, the six-stage automatic Q -Tronic for the diesel engine.

Furthermore, it was revised in the Brera of the trunk now be opened by pressing the brand logo on the tail, which is only from inside the vehicle was previously possible.

End of production

In July 2010, the production of Brera and Spider offshoot of the open type 939 was set. A successor is not currently planned.