The famous Italian automaker, Alfa Romeo, can trace its humble origins back to 1910 when it was founded in Milan as Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili. Alfa’s racing roots trace back nearly as far with the company getting involved in racing as early as 1911. In 1929, Enzo Ferrari founded Scuderia Ferrari as an Alfa Romeo racing team. By 1915, the company came under control of Nicola Romeo and began producing the Torpedo 20 & 30 HP models. Alfa’s history in the U.S. began, like so many other European imports with the exploits of Max Hoffman in the 1950s. The company continued to sell cars in North America through 1995. Alfa returns to the U.S. in 2015 with the 4C. Though the company ran through a couple of different owners throughout the years, all remained based in Italy. In 2021 Alfa Romeo merged with The French PSA Group. The new company called Stellantis comprised the US brands Alfa Romeo, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Jeep, Maserati and Ram. All told, Stellantis is the eigth largest automaker and comprises 400,000 employees, a presence in more than 130 countries and has manufacturing facilities in 30 countries.
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