Events: Tune In On Instagram Live For A Tour of The Alfa Romeo Museum With Lorenzo Ardizio At 10:30am PST (June 23rd)

Tune In On Instagram Live For A Tour of The Alfa Romeo Museum With Lorenzo Ardizio At 10:30am PST (June 23rd)

By Petrolicious Productions
June 22, 2020

June 24th is a special day for us at Petrolicious; some here even treat it like a global holiday. A hundred and ten years ago, Alfa Romeo was born, and this week we’re celebrating this historic Italian car manufacturer’s birthday like giddy children! Please join us in kicking off the festivities with an Instagram live-streamed tour of the Alfa Romeo Museum, by curator Lorenzo Ardizio and our founder and CEO, Afshin Behnia on June 23rd at 10:30AM PST.

The Alfa Romeo Museum has been completely renovated and is even more prestigious. Skip the line, sit back and let’s reflect on Alfa Romeo’s distinctive DNA and extraordinary brand.

That said, before the interview starts, we’d love for you to chime in with what you’d like to ask Lorenzo, either here in the comment section, or on our Instagram page. Details are below:


Live-streamed interview between Petrolicious founder and CEO Afshin Behnia and Lorenzo Ardizio, the curator of the Alfa Romeo museum.

When and where:

The interview will begin June 23rd at 10:30AM PST. To tune in, just follow Petrolicious on Instagram and visit our page to find the live video stream tomorrow at 10:30AM PST.

How to participate:

Though the interview is a one-on-one format, we would love to hear what you’d like to see and know about Alfa Romeo, the museum’s hidden gems, design elements, etc. You can drop into the comment section of this article, or head to our Instagram page to continue the conversation there.

Background on our guest:

Lorenzo Ardizio is a journalist and scholar of automobile history; he is Curator at the Museo Storico Alfa Romeo, and head of Alfa Romeo and Flat’s archive centers. He teaches Car Design History and Culture at the Scuola Politecnica di Design (SPD) in Milan, and curated the completion of the Museo Nazionale dell’Automobile in Turin. He has published many books on automobile history.


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6 months ago

The car’s styling is great. I quite like such sporty style. Looking forward to the instructional video to experience the car’s features and speed soccer random

Stanly Leonel
Stanly Leonel
1 year ago

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Mervin Jenkins
Mervin Jenkins
3 years ago

The first section displays the production process of vehicles and commercial vehicles consisting of hundreds of different models with 2 chassis and 22 engines. The exhibits are arranged by chronology, giving visitors an overview of the Italian manufacturers’ production and improvements over the decades.

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