With a bigger engine 1.6 L and name change to Giulia, the Giulietta series was upgraded in March 1963. The new Giulia was introduced at the Geneva Motor Show.
The stronger 112 hp (84 kW) engine, with double Weber 40 DCOE2 carburetors, ensured a top speed of 200 km/h (120 mph). For that time quite an achievement for a car with that limited size engine. The production after a meager 1400 units, ended in 1965. Our SS dates back from 1964 though by its state hard to imagine it left the production line almost 60 years ago. With only 1400 produced an Alfa Romeo Sprint Speciale with that super version 1600cc engine giving it that extra spark of driving experience, in this mint condition, is a rear find.