The sales of Alfa Romeo 4C have not even started in America yet, but the brand has already made preliminary plans for a model with even higher performance.
A representative of Alfa Romeo has killed all the assumptions stating that 4C Coupe will not feature a modification of head lamps.
New platform of rear-wheel and four-wheel drive cars from Alfa Romeo might get the name Giorgio.
The comeback of the Alfa Romeo to North America will be paused until the 2nd quarter of 2014.
Alfa Romeo’s approaching lightweight sports vehicle will cost $54,000, pricing it $1,400 above a Porsche Cayman without the delivery payment.
Much like the fresh Alfa Romeo4C, the approaching Alfa Romeo Spider will sport a modern style mated with a lightweight body when it arrives the market in late 2015.
Sergio Marchionne already informed that he’s planning to move Fiat’s corporate headquarters to the U.S., so Alfa Romeo’s production would be replaced also.
Maserati Head Harald Wester has announced that the Italian brand is planning to construct its own variant of the Alfa Romeo 4C sports model.
The U.S. restart of Italian carmaker Alfa Romeo will be caused by the mid-engine 4C sports model.
As Alfa Romeo wants to come back to America in the near future, the Italian brand is currently thinks over plans for its next-gen MiTo, which could be bound for America.
One can never completely trust the auto rumor mill; unreliable blogs are ready to post mostly everything to get clicks, which can lead to the wrong and unverified information being gone through as truth. But TTAC has reliable sources (thanks to our EIC Herr Schmitt) informing that VW and Fiat are negotiating regarding the potential sale of Alfa Romeo.