Six versions of the new Alfa Brera, priced from £22,800 – £29,850 on-the-road, will be available from launch. Two new petrol engines – a 2.2 litre 185bhp four-cylinder unit, and (available one month after the launch date) a 3.2 litre 260bhp V6 and a 2.4 litre 20v 200bhp MultiJet (JTDM) unit will be on offer.
The Brera was designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro in collaboration with Alfa Romeo Centro Stile, and built by Pininfarina.
Sharing a new platform and components with the 159, the chassis of the Brera combines a high double wishbone front suspension system with a new, multilink rear configuration.
Unique to this class, the Brera may also be equipped with a fixed, full-length, laminated and tinted glass sunroof incorporating an electrically controlled, three-section interior blind.
Safety features include up to eight airbags, seven of which are standard equipment, seatbelt pre-tensioners and a fully integrated fire prevention system, electronic braking, traction control and stability systems fitted as standard.
The Brera is available in two trim levels; Brera and Brera SV.
|2.2 JTS SV||£24,500|
|3.2 JTS V6 Q4||£28,750|
|3.2 JTS V6 Q4 SV||£29,850|
|2.4 JTDM SV||£27,500|
The two specification levels include the following:
Brera SV adds: