Following on the from the announcement of Alfa Romeo’s parent company FCA with regards to Maserati’s plans for the next few years, news has reached us of approx timelines on new models along with how things are set to shape up for Alfa Romeo.
Our colleagues at Alfattitude have received concrete news regarding the future FCA models scheduled for production in the near future in Italy (JOB 1 – the first car coming off the production line ready to be sold):
The Giulia and Stelvio facelifts scheduled for 2021 will be very profound, not just external/engines but will also see the interior and electronics (NIT) revised.
While you digest those timelines of forthcoming models, there is also word on the Giulietta, the hatchback is said to be quietly let go next year, with no word on whether it will return in the line up again after 2021, aligned to the new family design language set by Tonale.
The forthcoming Alfa Romeo Tonale continues to go through the testing clinic, competing SUVs were brought in to compare it and get some opinions. SUVs like Nissan Qashqai, Audi Q3, BMW X2, Range Rover Evoque.
Another SUV has also been given the green light expected to sit above the Stelvio in the expanding Alfa Romeo range.