Born during an age where the four-door sports car was in its infancy, the Alfa Romeo Milano Quadrifoglio Verde is still the red hot Italian you expect it to be. Regardless of how many doors it has or how big its trunk is (and it is cavernous), the Milano QV was compared to the Porsche 911 and models from Ferrari in its time. Alfa Romeo has always been synonymous with styling that stands the test of time and performance. Well, performance and plenty of required maintenance to keep each precision-tuned masterpiece running like a Swiss clock. In Europe, the Milano is known as the 75, marking Alfa Romeo’s 75 years of production. Technologically, the Milano is a full of marvels such as an inboard disc brakes and a perfect 50/50 weight distribution, due in part to a rear-mounted gearbox. It’s one sedan that will have you ogling its looks while you hunt apexes at the track.