Rear-wheel drive sedan Alfa Romeo 75, debuted in 1985, was named so in honor of the 75th anniversary of the brand, in the American market, this model was called Milano.
The car was notable for its configuration in the transaxle scheme: the engine was located in the front, and the manual transmission - from the rear, it was combined with the rear differential. Among other unusual solutions, one can note the rear brakes located on the main gear, the ignition system with two candles per cylinder, the phase shifters in the gas distribution mechanism.
Initially, the car was equipped with gasoline carburetor engines 1.6, 1.8, 2.0 (110-128 hp), a 2.5-liter V6 engine with 156 powers, and a two-liter turbodiesel VM Motori, developing 95 liters. from. Later, Alfa Romeo 75 received injector versions of motors 1.6 and 1.8, engine 1.8 with a 155-165 liters tubing. with a new 2.4-liter turbodiesel (112 hp). The 2.0 TwinSpark engine, which appeared under the hood "seventy-fifth" in 1987, was remarkable, it had two candles per cylinder. The most powerful version was a three-liter "six" with a capacity of 188-192 liters. from.
As an option, buyers were offered a three-speed automatic transmission, while powerful versions had a self-locking differential.
The last Alfa Romeo 75 left the factory assembly line in Milan in 1992, just about 387 thousand such sedans were made. The successor to the model was Alfa Romeo 155.