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Alfa Romeo @ 2012 Paris Motor Show

The link between Alfa Romeo and the Superbike Championship is re-inforced by the new productions Limited Edition Superbike and Serie Speciale Superbike, both trims have been specially created for Alfa Romeo Mito and inspired by the Safety Car that features on the Superbike track.

Alfa Romeo MiTo Limited Edition Superbike is based on the Quadrifoglio Verde and uses the same 1.

4-litre MultiAir engine with 170 hp, 18-inch alloy wheels and red brake calipers.
The trim stands out aesthetically for its characteristic black and red Alfa paint and roof in contrasting red or white shades, as well as Sabelt seats and Alcantara finishes.

Also dual zone climate control, Blue & Me system, electronically controlled suspension and aluminum pedals as standard.
Only 200 units will be produced​​.
The Superbike Serie Special trim is available with all the engine versions of the line-up, and includes 16-inch alloy wheels, rear spoiler, titanium-like wing mirrors and SBK logo on the headrests.
The colour palette includes black, red and white colours.
Alfa Romeo also introduces the optional SBK kit, equipped with stickers, sports bumper and pedals, side skirts, red brake calipers and the same alloy of the Limited Edition.

Max Biaggi’s Aprilia RSV-4 is also on display at the Alfa Romeo stand.

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