Quadrifoglio
  • A NEW ERA
  • ORIGINS
  • VICTORIES
  • GALLERY

A SYMBOL OF UNCOMPROMISING PERFORMANCE

The new Quadrifoglio era

Featuring the very best in cutting-edge innovation, Giulia Quadrifoglio and Stelvio Quadrifoglio truly represent the new paradigm of an ambitious new era for Alfa Romeo. Extensive use of ultra-light materials and an outstanding 2.9 V6 510hp Bi-Turbo petrol engine provide a superior power-to-weight ratio. The 50:50 ideal weight balance, and the return to the rear wheel drive, further improve handling and dynamism. With these impressive features, specifically engineered for Quadrifoglio models, the four-leaf clover is more than just an emblem of a glorious past. It is destined to become the trademark of unparalleled Alfa Romeo excellence for many years to come. 

ORIGINS

BORN FROM SUPERSTITION, RAISED AS A LEGEND.

The origins

It all began in 1923. Ugo Sivocci won the Targa Florio aboard an Alfa Romeo RL, bearing the symbol of a green four-leaf clover that he painted on a white diamond ground. Alas, mere months later, Sivocci was to die in a tragic accident: the car he was test-driving wasn’t bearing his lucky Quadrifoglio. From that sad day on, Sivocci’s good-luck charm became the symbol of Alfa Romeo’s uncompromising passion for motor racing: a tradition that has lived on throughout the decades.

VICTORIES

QUADRIFOGLIO’S WINNING LEGACY

The emblem of worldwide triumphs

Name any major race, circuit or championship, and you will find the Quadrifoglio emblem figuring high in their halls of fame: Alfa Romeo gained the first ever GP World Championship in 1925, and the first two Formula 1 titles in 1950 and 1951. These are just a few of the many achievements in a winning streak that boasts 5 world championships, and hundreds of Italian and European titles. These victories are more than just a part of Alfa Romeo’s history; they have become integral components of every Quadrifoglio model.

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GALLERY