We've been asked by many of our Greer, SC customers where our Alfa Romeo vehicles are made. This historic Italian brand has returned to the US market in force, bringing with it groundbreaking luxury vehicles like the Giulia sport sedan and Stelvio luxury crossover. Alfa Romeo vehicles are still made in several locations in Italy, and their distinct Italian style and history have contributed to their popularity worldwide.

With a legacy of building the best racecars in history throughout the 20th century, and employing the finest Italian craftsman, Alfa Romeo has long been a trendsetter in the automotive industry. With its return to the US, Alfa Romeo has continued to produce some of the most unique and recognizable luxury sports vehicles on the road today. South Carolina drivers turn heads and easily take on the curves of South Carolina roads, with the finest in Italian design delivering both performance and high class style.

Here we'll take a look at Alfa Romeo's storied history, and talk about how and where Alfa Romeo vehicles are made. With a history spanning more than a century, and incorporating some of the greatest automotive designers in history, it's only fitting that Alfa Romeo has surged back onto the luxury car market in the United States. 

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Humble Beginnings to Worldwide Recognition

The name Alfa Romeo started as just ALFA (Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobilir), when an auto factory was bought be an Italian businessman. As WWI took over Europe in 1915, ALFA was bought out by a larger company, and rebranded Alfa Romeo. After years of producing engines for the war effort, Alfa Romeo returned to its roots: building racecars.

By the 1930's, Alfa Romeo had become a legend in the racing circuit, setting records and winning race after race. The Italian car company's innovative ignition and power delivery led to the Alfa Romeo 8C dominating Le Mans and other important international races. And in 1935, Alfa Romeo set the speed record at an incredible 226 mph.


Alfa Romeo's dominance was sidelined during WWII, as automakers across the world were forced to halt production. In the 1950's, Alfa Romeo's coupes and family cars set a new standard for combining style, practicality, and performance, and have become iconic for their lines and superior craftsmanship. One of the most loved vehicles of the period in Alfa Romeo's history is the Giulietta.

Then in the 1960's, the Spider and other sports coupes captured the American imagination. With their distinct styling and driving experience, these vehicles would help endear Alfa Romeo to the American people. And after years of focusing on the competitive racing circuit, Alfa Romeo has returned to the US with two impressive entries into the luxury market.


The Alfa Romeo Giulia & Stelvio - Made in Italy

Alfa Romeo's full-scale return to the US market came with the Giulia in 2017, followed by the Stelvio crossover in 2018. These Italian-designed and built luxury sports vehicles have brought Alfa Romeo's legacy back to the forefront. With attractive styling, powerful engines, and luxurious features at all price points, Alfa Romeo's lineup is competing directly with much more expensive European luxury vehicles.

Available with Ferrari engines in their Quadrifoglio configurations, and producing more than 500 horsepower, both the Giulia and Stelvio are class leaders when it comes to available power, and are packed with luxury features. Looking at their curves and interior design cues, there's no doubt that the Alfa Romeo Giulia and Stelvio are the result of meticulous Italian craftsmanship. If you've seen an Alfa Romeo drive by in South Carolina, you already know they're like nothing else on the road. Both are built in San Germano, Italy.


Like the championship racecars and unique sports coupes of decades past, Alfa Romeo's newest additions are making waves and redefining value and performance in their class. And for those near Greer, SC, you have the opportunity to test drive the finest in Italian luxury, and experience the culmination of over a century of illustrious history.

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Benson Alfa Romeo

500a W Wade Hampton Blvd
Directions Greer, SC 29650

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