Alfa Romeo introduced the Giulietta name in 1954 for a series of compact cars that included sedan, coupe and convertible models. One of Alfa’s most iconic nameplates, the Giulietta is known for its beautiful coachwork - done at Bertone, Pininfarina and Zagato - and sporty ambitions. All versions of the car are known to have been involved in motorsport one way or the other, but the coupe is particularly famous for spawning the Sprint Zagato and Sprint Speciale models. The Giulietta was replaced with the Giulia in 1965, and the name remained dormant until 2010, when it was revived for a compact hatchback. Developed to replace the aging 147, the current Giulietta received it first refresh in 2014. For 2015, Alfa Romeo is expanding the lineup by adding a Sprint model, which comes with several exclusive features inside and out, as well as a brand-new engine.