Assembly: Portello, Milan, Italy (Berlina), Grugliasco, Turin, Italy (Sprint, Bertone), San Giorgio Canavese, Italy (Spider, Pininfarina), East London, South Africa (Ti model
1960–1963, Car Distributors Assembly)
Body style: Berlina (sedan), Spider (convertible), Sprint (coupe)
Transmission: 4-speed manual, 5-speed manual (SS and SZ)
2,380 mm (93.7 in)/2,380 mm (93.7 in)/2,250 mm (88.6
4,033 mm (158.8 in)/3,980 mm (156.7 in)/3,900 mm (153.5 in)
1,550 mm (61.0 in)/1,535 mm (60.4 in)/1,580 mm (62.2 in)
mm (55.3 in)/1,320 mm (52.0 in)/1,335 mm (52.6 in)
Kerb weight:Berlina: 915 kg (2,017 lb), Sprint: 880 kg (1,940 lb), Spider : 860 kg (1,896 lb), Sprint Zagato: 770 kg (1,698 lb)
Designers: Franco Scaglione at Bertone (Sprint and Sprint Speciale), Pininfarina (Spider). Ercole Spada at Zagato (Sprint Zagato)
Giulietta (series 750 and 101) was manufactured by Alfa Romeo from 1954 to 1965.The Giulietta was introduced at the Turin Motor Show in 1954 and almost 132,000 were built in the Portello factory in Milan.
The first Giulietta model was
a coupé, the Giulietta Sprint, introduced in late 1954. This was followed by a sedan in spring 1955 and in mid 1955, the open two-seat Giulietta Spider, featuring convertible bodywork by Pininfarina. In 1957 more powerful Berlina version,
called Giulietta TI (Turismo Internazionale) was presented with minor cosmetic changes to the hood, the dial lights and rear lamps.
Carrozzeria Colli also made the Giulietta station wagon variant called Giulietta Promiscua. 91 examples of this version
were built. Carrozzeria Boneschi also made a few station wagon examples called Weekendina.