28. Alfa Romeo GTV
Built to be the successor to the Alfa Romeo Alfetta GTV coupe, the GTV was released in 1995. Upon release the vehicle was met with critical acclaim, winning multiple “best design” awards. Various engines were available for the GTV, with the most powerful being a 3.2 liter V6 capable of 237 horsepower. Alfa Romeo engineered the suspension with racing in mind. With all the suspension modifications they made centrifugal forces end up assisting the vehicle during hard turns at high speeds. This increases stability when cornering. The GTV came standard with power steering, driver and passenger airbag, automatic air conditioning, front seatbelt pretensioners, Bosch ABS (with EBD from 1998), electric heated door mirrors, electric frameless windows with one-touch operation for the driver’s side, height adjustable headlamps, front and rear fog lights, third brake light, fire prevention system, reach and rake adjustable leather clad steering wheel, stitched leather gear knob, an automatic electric aerial, a stereo radio/cassette with six speakers.