Going back to 1923 the Cloverleaf represented a good luck charm for Alfa Romeo’s racing team and cars. Back in the early 80's “Gold leaf” and “Silver leaf” variations denoted top specification trim levels.

Alfa Romeo has revived the Cloverleaf badge for a special edition Alfa GT in the UK.

Going back to 1923 the Cloverleaf represented a good luck charm for Alfa Romeo’s racing team and cars. Then in the early 80's “Gold leaf” and “Silver leaf” variations denoted top specification trim levels.

Going on sale July 01 in the UK the Cloverleaf package applies to all four Alfa GT versions with the 170bhp 1.9JTDM 16V Cloverleaf Q2 at the top of the range.

The Cloverleaf package includes Q2 limited slip differential, increased throttle response via sport mode button, exclusive 18” double spoke alloy wheels, red brake calipers, satin-effect front grille and door mirrors.

The first three versions receive special Cloverleaf badge on the boot lid, while the top 170bhp JTDM version receives the original 1920's Cloverleaf logo design with a white triangle located above the front wheel arch.

Inside, the Alfa GT Cloverleaf Q2 receives added equipment such as leather sports seats, aluminium sports pedals, sports dials with a red background, Bose CD/MP3 stereo with steering wheel-mounted controls, dual zone air conditioning and rear parking sensors.

Starting at £18,980 for the 1.8TS the Cloverleaf Q2 is available in Carbonio black, Alfa Red and Atlantico blue.

See press release below for further details.

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