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Alfa Romeo has an amazing performance history. Models like the Alfetta, 8C2900, P3, Stradale, Tubolare Zagato, 6C1750, Duetto, and Disco Volante among others. Those models sit in a corporate museum in Arese, near Milan.

The launch of the 2016 Giulia happened outside the Arese museum and was followed by tours.

The question is how will the new Alfa models fit in with its amazing history? Can Fiat-owned Alfa produce vehicles that are worthy of sitting in a museum?

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