What should I be paying?
You get a set of Alfa race overalls and a helmet to go with the car, so basically that means the GTA and GTAm are totally worth the £153,000 and £158,000 they cost, respectively. And yes, you did read that right. Over £150k for an Alfa Romeo Giulia. But there’s the inverse proportionality of the lightweight, limited-run special: you pay more for less. There will only be 500 in total (as mentioned, the current sales split standing at 50:50 GTA/GTAm), so these wonderful, pricey Italians are likely to be appreciating assets after a few years. Let’s hope that doesn’t stop people getting out and actually driving them, though - because that’s where these cars make the most sense. Mind you, if you can afford one, then you’re probably also capable of affording the trackday insurance, which will be cheap in the same way a Hollywood divorce is ‘cheap’.