Alfa Romeo is a division of the Fiat Group Automobiles S.p.A which was founded in June 1910 and lives in the automotive industry. In the year 1954, Alfa Romeo produced what is called the Alfa Romeo Giulietta, which is a subcompact car that follows a front engine, rear wheel drive layout.
This subcompact car has several available body styles, including the Berlina, which is a sedan, the Spider, which is a convertible, and the Sprint, which is a coupé. It is assembled in many places including Milan, Turin, and Canavese in Italy, and East London in South Africa.
In the eleven years that Giulietta has been in the market, this subcompact car has undergone certain redesigning to accommodate the tastes and demands of the consumers. The first Giulettia was called the Giulettia Sprint and was produced in 1954 as a coupé. This, as well as the Sprint Speciale, was designed by Franco Scalione at Bertone, and it is assembled in Turin, Italy.
The second version was called the Giulettia Spider, which was a sedan produced in 1955. This was designed by Pininfarina S.p.A., an Italian automotive designing firm. The third version is a Berlina version which came to be called the Giulettia Turismo Internazionale or Giulettia TI. Production of the car halted in 1965, and it was then succeeded by Alfa Romeo Giulia.