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Not interested in flying around the world on a private jet? If road trips are more your style, than you’ll want to enter the 13th annual Dream House Raffle for the chance to win a formerly European-exclusive sports car that’s just arrived in the US.

 

A Rare Beauty

Behold the 2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio. It’s the fastest four-door production vehicle in automotive history. The Italian carmaker hasn’t sold its vehicles stateside for 20 years, and the Giulia Quadrifoglio marks its return. So we’re sure that no one else will be cruising down the road in it, besides you!

 

Souped Up

The twin-turbo, six-cylinder engine is similar to what’s found in a Ferrari California T, and has 505 horsepower and 443 pound-feet of torque. With the ability to go from zero to 60 in 3.8 seconds, you can easily speed past the guy in the Porsche.

 

Fast and Furious

The car’s DNA Pro system has four driving modes: dynamic, natural, advanced efficiency, and the race mode—where the speed tops out at 191 miles per hour. The Alfa Romeo actually had a faster lap time than a Lamborghini Murciélago when tested in Germany!

 

Italian Craftsmanship

Look at the level of detail in the design. We’d expect nothing less from the country that gave us Armani and Prada.

 

Find Your Way

The sporty interior has comfy leather seats and 3-D graphic navigation.

 

Drive Off

All you have to do to win this car is purchase a minimum of three raffle tickets for $400. Up your chances to win by getting five tickets at once for $550. There’s no limit on the number of tickets you can buy.

If you don’t win the car, there’s still 1,700 other prizes you could win. Your chance of winning something is 1 in 44—you can’t beat that! Plus, all the funds go to a worthy cause, to children in need at the Ronald McDonald House. The deadline for the early bird drawing is February 10.

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