Italy based car producers Alfa Romeo is behind the designing of this coupe version as available from 1965. This coupe was best engineered both for racing and road purposes. Alfa was very active in the sports models creation. GT versions of the sports cars in later days are followed by GTA. This A of GTA stands for Alleggerita that is the Italian version for lightweight. Stradale and Corsa are the names given to the road and racing trim versions of GTA. Body panels of the cars are best manufactured with aluminum instead of steel that is responsible for reducing weights of the car.
Steel panels in the inner side are available in thinner gauge spectrum.
The wheels are best designed with magnesium alloy. Side windows are designed with clear plastics. Door handles are different and sports interesting quarter window operations. Interior trim is available in lighter weights. New ignition cylinders in dual dose are available in the engine that ensures quick functioning of the car. The power trailof the car is marked with 1.6L straight four engine.
In racing version that is Corsa the car can produce 170 hp. While in road versions this is restricted to 105 hp. GTA Junior version was available in the markets from 1968 with 1300cc engines. Many other GTA versions are available in the markets like GTA 1900 and 2000. GTAm was a 2000cc car producing 240 hp.