The Alfa Romeo 105/115 Series Coupes was a line of sporty coupes introduced in 1963. They are as small as a
Giulia Sedan and succeeded the
Giulietta and Giulia Sprint coupes. First was the Giulia Sprint GT ('63-'66), then the rare cabriolet Sprint GTC ('64-'66) and then the Sprint GTV ('65-'68). In 1967, the 1750 GTV was added and then replaced by the 2000 GTV in 1971. The line was eventually superseded by the Alfetta coupes in 1976.
The Alfa Romeo Alfetta was a line of rear-wheel drive sports cars and came as both a sedan and a coupe. The first coupe version, produced from 1974 to 1980, was the Alfetta GT, which had the 1.6-L and 1.8-L versions. Then in 1976, the 2.0-L Alfetta GTV was added. In 1981, the Alfetta tag was dropped leaving only the GTV and its V-6 version, the GTV-6.