The Alfa Romeo Brera driver’s door motor & regulator.
The Alfa Romeo Brera evolved from a concept car at the 2002 Geneva Motor Show, and was first launched as a production vehicle at the 2005 Geneva Motor Show as a successor for the GTV. A convertible Spider version of the Brera was launched shortly after the coupe and replaced the existing GTV-based Spider.
The Brera was a mid-size coupé built on the joint GM and Fiat ‘Premium’ platform. It was initially available with a choice of two petrol engines or a turbo diesel engine. The larger petrol engine, a V6, came with a four wheel drive, whilst the other 4 cylinder engines were front-wheel drive.
The final year of production was 2010.