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Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce (US spec) specs

Car type Convertible
Curb weight 1118 kg (2465 lbs)
Dimensions 3.97 m (156 in) long, 1.57 m (62 in) wide, 1.25 m (49 in) high
Wheelbase 2.17 m (85 in)
Power / weight 100 ps (98 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 148 Nm (109 lb-ft) / t
Introduced 1976
Origin country Italy
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Performance

Top speed 171 kph (106 mph)
0 - 60 mph 9.8 s
0 - 100 mph 36.7 s
1/4 mile 17.8 s @ 80.2 mph

Powertrain

Engine type DOHC inline 4 cylinder
Displacement 2.0 l (122 ci)
Power 112 ps (110 bhp / 82 kw) @ 5000 rpm
Torque 165 Nm (122 lb-ft) @ 3500 rpm
Power / liter 56 ps (55 hp)
Transmission 5 speed manual
Layout front engine, rear wheel drive

Laptimes

Track Time
Willow Springs 1:56.00
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Super8  7y ago

I preffer European version.


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Mental  7y ago

Ah, the old Alfa Spider. My old love. However, I don't like the US-spec because of its plastic bumpers that ruin the gorgeous looking front.

Anyway, that's an impressive laptime, faster than those modern dumm hybrids.


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Shaggy  7y ago

@ Viking: Top speed: 120 MPH. :) The steering wheel on the left side of the car indicates it could be American, but I don't know about that front license plate, it looks awfully small.


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Viking  7y ago

@BR2+ yep looks right, I think.


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BR2+  7y ago

Dunno if US spec, just judged by the bumber.


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Viking  7y ago

Darn, I don't seem to have a photo of this model to add. If someone has one handy please add it, just be sure it is the 1976 to 1982 U.S. Spec version. Thanks.


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Viking  7y ago

This is the later U.S. spec Series 2 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce with the black rubber bumpers to meet U.S. crash standards. I added this so I could add the Willow Springs lap time from the Car and Driver comparison test in the April 1979 issue. :)

0-60 mph: 9.8
0-100 mph: 36.7
1/4 mile: 17.8 @ 80 mph

As usual the dimensions are a bit off because the program converts my figures (in inches) to meters, oh well close enough. :)