The Alfa Romeo Giulia debuted in 1965 with beautiful styling by Bertone and driving dynamics to match. The GTA — Gran Turismo Alleggerita — version of the original Giulia was a flyweight built to homologate the car for racing and was an instant success. With its 110th anniversary approaching, Alfa Romeo is resurrecting the Giulia GTA in sedan form with a 540 horsepower twin-turbo V6. Two versions are available, the GTA and the GTAm. The GTAm is a race-prepped two-seater, with a roll cage, Lexan side windows, six-point harnesses and carbon fiber panels and driveshaft for a weight savings of 220 pounds. Alfa Romeo worked with Sauber to develop an aggressive new aero kit and suspension along with a wider front and rear track. The Giulia GTA is slightly more civilized, with a rear seat and smaller rear wing. 500 GTAs and GTAms will be made, and includes a racing helmet, Alpinestars racing suit, and a driving course courtesy of the Alfa Romeo Driving Academy.