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  • The name Alfa Romeo evokes sensuous lines, Italian design and the domination of the the famous Mille Miglia Endurance Races.

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  • Fiat lists some 24 different cars and minivans on the company Web site, and Alfa Romeo, which is owned by Fiat, shows nine more on theirs.

    Fiat 500: Driving impressions from the U.K.

  • Sportier and more upscale Alfa Romeo, which is owned by Fiat, shows nine more on their site.

    Is there a Fiat in your future?

  • He also launched a series of successful new models, including Fiat 500, which he has said he would like to launch in the US under the Fiat brand, along with reintroducing the Alfa Romeo, which is something that would be done under the Chrysler alliance.

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  • It's built by Alfa Romeo, which is part of the Fiat group, which owns both Ferrari and Maserati.

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  • The second day of racing at the 28th Copa del Rey Audi Mapfre and with the exception of Alfa Romeo, which is likely to win in the IRC category, emotion has taken over in all the classes participating in the most important regatta in the Mediterranean.

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  • Mr Marchionne wants to align it with Fiat's other premium brands, such as Alfa Romeo, Ferrari and Maserati.

    The Economist: Correspondent's diary

  • MEXICO CITY—Italian auto maker Fiat SpA will start selling Alfa Romeo cars in Mexico in June and remains on track to bring the sports car brand to the U.S. in 2012.

    Fiat to Sell Alfa Romeo Cars in Mexico in June

  • Italian auto maker Fiat will start selling Alfa Romeo cars in Mexico in June and remains on track to bring the sports-car brand to the U.S. in 2012, said Fiat Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne.

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  • More than 125 automobiles, motorcycles and designers were seen along the three-block stretch, and I almost got my fill of Alfa Romeo, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Lancia and Maserati.

    Jay Weston: Celebrating Its 150th Anniversary, Italy Comes to Beverly Hills... By Car

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