Alfa Romeo Brera Gets More Power Thanks to Romeo Ferraris


The Alfa Romeo Brera may no longer be in production, but that doesn’t mean Romeo Ferraris is done with the Italian car.

Romeo Ferraris and Autodelta have teamed up to create a new aftermarket program for the Alfa Romeo Brera. Power and styling were the main focus for their latest project. In terms of styling, an aerodynamic body kit by Autodelta has been included. The kit includes a new front bumper, slick side skirts and rear bumper fascia. An adjustable sports suspension complete with new springs and shocks have been added as well.

Autodelta has also worked on performance for the Brera, adding a centrifugal supercharger, sports air filter, reprogrammed ECU and new sports exhaust system which incites the 3.2-liter V6 engine to push out an extra 98hp. That means a total output of 358hp and 325 lb-ft of torque. For comparison's sake, the stock pushes out only 260hp and 238 lb-ft of torque. The added power allows the Brera to sprint from 0-62mph in 5 seconds, a much better time than the standards 6.5 seconds. Top speed has been increased to 162mph.

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Romeo Ferraris will act as distributor and as the authorized service center in Italy for the tuned-up Alfa Romeo Brera. No pricing information has been released as of yet for the new aftermarket program.