Technically, the 1992 Alfa Romeo 155 Q4 can be termed a "compact executive", but this car has the heart of a touring car. Introduced in 1992, the 155 was a larger replacement for the Alfa Romeo 75. The Q4 version features a 2.0 liter turborcharged engine capable of 187 horsepower and, unlike the front wheel drive 155, sports an AWD drivetrain. Capable of a 140 mph top speed and a 0-100 kph in around 7 seconds, it’s little wonder that the 155 had success in touring car racing. It’s a fun drive with a body style that’s begging for a race replica livery in Forza 4.
The 155 Q4 is powered by a 2 litre turbocharged engine as opposed to the larger naturally aspirated 3.2 litre V6 engine from its predecessor. Both models feature very similar power outputs, although the 155 Q4 has a higher torque rating of 219 ft·lb (297 N·m). As the 155 model series is based on Fiat's Type Three front-wheel drive platform, the 155 Q4 has a front weight load of 61%, losing to the Milano QV's almost neutral weight distribution. However, the all-wheel drive system allows the 155 Q4 to accelerate much faster and superior grip on unpaved roads than its predecessor.
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