There are eight Alfa Romeo’s in Forza Horizon 4, 10 if you include the Forza Edition cars. Like I said last week, I’m going to split up manufacturers with more cars into multiple weeks, so for Alfa, there will be this part one this week, and part two next week. Of the Aflas I have driven so far, most of them seem to be the most fun when the least modified, they get hard to control and squirrely when given a lot of power. I’m willing to bet they would be well-suited handling upgrades and weight reduction with some power upgrades, but not maxed out. Get the beast tune by searching for RebelBJA
2018 Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio
This was a quite good SUV, I enjoyed driving this, probably more than some of the other SUV’s like the Urus and Grand Cherokee. Going to spend some more time driving this, especially in beast mode.
2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio
This wasn’t my favorite car of the Alfas but it was pretty good in both modes, it’s also a sedan, and I would certainly consider it for a sedan only seasonal race or something.
2014 Alfa Romeo 4C
The 4c is small, light, fast, full of carbon fiber and pretty good looking for a small roadster (the one in-game is a hardtop, but you can get an open-top spider version in real life). For comparison purposes, the Mazda MX-5 weighs about 100 lbs less than the 4C, but only has about 60% of the power.
2007 Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione
The Competition version of the 8C, it’s already pretty well warmed up by the factory, but with beast mode in-game it can be made over 1000HP and is pretty tough to control at the power level, but with practice, this car is likely a formidable foe. It’s also a GT Car, for those random seasonals that require one.
Part Two Coming Soon…
Be sure to check out next weeks Alfa post, with all of the old Alfas in FH4.