Welcome to part two of the Alfa least to beast comparisons. There are eight Alfa Romeo’s in Forza Horizon 4, 10 if you include the Forza Edition cars. Part two is all of the classic Alfas on the Forza Horizon 4 list.
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1968 Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale
This 33 Stradale was a very nice drive in bone stock format, like most of the newer Alfas, and completely modified was a little less hard to handle than the others. It seems to be a trend with Alfas. The older ones are also quite light and powerful even with only 4 or 6 cyls.
1965 Alfa Romeo Giulia TZ2
The Giulia TZ2 was very similar to the 33 Stradale, but opposite in some ways. The bone stock wasn’t as good, but the modified was much better driving.
1965 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTA Stradale
This Alfa has the longest name but is the shortest on fun. It’s not a bad car, but when compared to pretty much all of the rest of the Alfas it’s just kind of plain, it looks and performance in both modes.
1934 Alfa Romeo P3
Saving the best for last, I had the most fun with this P3, in its stock mode it was pretty good, but in beast mode, it was a black to drive. I’m willing to bet, even without a drift suspension option, this would make a great drift car.