by Rob Bailey   Want to help jumpstart Staten Island's Italian Cultural Foundation? The weekend of Sept. 26-27, atop picturesque Grymes Hill, the landmark mansion known as Casa Belvedere presents Motori D'Italia — an Italian car show — a major highlight of its annual Festa D'Italia benefit.   Proceeds from "all facets of this sig...

"The next wave of Italians has come to America," a 2010 commercial for the Fiat 500 proclaimed. Brightly-colored examples of the itty-bitty city car slid around typical Italian alleyways paved with cobblestones and then ... dove suddenly into the sea, to then emerge from the depths on the beaches of Brooklyn. Jump forward a few years, and we now...

The Niello Co.'s Italian plan for Sacramento is now in place. The Sacramento-based auto dealership chain recently opened its Niello Alfa Romeo dealership at 2535 Arden Way. It's the only Alfa Romeo store in the area, and it's the first time in about 40 years that the 106-year-old Italian automaker's brand is being offered at a certified Alfa s...

Alfa Romeo is back. That's what U.S. car enthusiasts have been waiting to hear since the storied Italian brand left our shores in 1995. It's been plotting a return for roughly a decade, and it will finally make its comeback here at the 2014 New York Auto Show next month.   Alfa will show off the 4C sports car which, aside from a limited run...

More than 10,000 spectators and car owners from across the Eastern seaboard are expected to descend upon LaSalle Road in West Harford Center on Sunday, June 30, for the 13th Annual Ferrari and Friends Concorso, presented by the Ferrari Club of America-New England Region.   More than 130 Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Alfa Romeos, Maseratis and othe...

Alfa Romeo is still scheduled to return to the U.S. with the 4C in the second quarter, and more Alfa models will arrive in calendar year 2015, to be sold both in Maserati and "best performing" Fiat dealers, Chrysler and Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne said in an hour-long press conference at the North American International Auto Show.   Marchionn...

By Benjamin Zhang After a two-decade absence, Alfa Romeo returned to the US last year with the pint-sized 4C sports car. Now, the legendary Italian brand is ready to offer something a bit more mainstream with the 2016 Alfa Romeo Giulia sedan. It's an important vehicle Fiat Chrysler Automobiles —Alfa's parent company — as the company seeks to...

by Jay Ramey   If you consider yourself a fan of Italian cars, then you can't miss the upcoming Tutto Italiano classic car show in the Boston area. The Larz Anderson Auto Museum is set to host its single most popular annual lawn event this weekend, and hundreds of Italian cars from Fiats to Ferraris are expected to come out.   Over th...

Alfa Romeo sure took its time in getting back to us, but after driving the 4C sports car, we're in a pretty forgiving mood.   With a wildly curvaceous body that looks like a shrunken Ferrari, the mid-engine 4C is bristling with drama and bravado. At a glance, you'd think it cost two or three times its starting price of $55,195 (including des...

by Nichola Groom   The sporty Alfa Romeo brand's growth into one of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' main global brands, along with an imminent U.S. relaunch, is on target, its North American chief said at the Los Angeles Auto Show on Wednesday. Reid Bigland, who also heads U.S. sales for the Chrysler Group, said FCA's commitment of $6.5 bill...