All 500 examples have been spoken for.
Ever since Alfa Romeo announced the snarling Giulia GTA, we've been weak at the knees. Sadly, our financial situation is pretty weak too, so we couldn't just indulge ourselves with a new office toy - not at the prices that the Italians want for the thing. That hasn't deterred everyone though, and after getting Formula 1 legend Kimi Raikkonen's stamp of approval, the world is well aware that this is a super sports sedan worth having and holding onto, at least until the next major auction event. Unsurprisingly then, a little more than a year on from its reveal last year, Alfa Romeo has confirmed that the limited-edition has sold out.
"To all intents and purposes, the Giulia GTA is now a collector's car," says Alfa Romeo, but there's still hope after the Italian marque added that it would keep reservations open in case of any cancellations. But with this being the most powerful Alfa road car ever made and an extremely limited offering (just 500 units will be produced), it's unlikely that those in the position to buy one will pass on the opportunity - even with the highest asking price for a production Alfa ever (the GTAm hardcore track variant costs even more than the gorgeous 8C supercar).
For reference, the regular GTA works out to around $193,000 while the GTAm climbs to a stratospheric $200,000. Like the regular Giulia Quadrifoglio, a Ferrari-derived (even if Alfa claims that the motor is all its own work) 2.9-liter twin-turbo V6 engine is fitted. Here, it produces 540 horsepower, bringing the sprint from 0-62 mph down to just 3.6 seconds. With loads of Alcantara and carbon fiber, the latter of which makes up most of the body and even the propshaft, this is one special machine that the few lucky owners will be very excited to get their hands on.