Just after it abandoned the U.S. market, Alfa Romeo released the wedge-shaped GTV coupe and Spider roadster. The latter replaced the long-in-the-tooth Spider the Italian brand sold for decades prior (and was made famous for its appearance in the 1967 film The Graduate). Unlike the previous, rear-drive Spider, the new model – as well as its GTV counterpart – pushes its power to the front wheels. A sports car, the GTV and Spider are not. The two Alfa models, however, do look damn good.