The Alfa Romeo is one of the most valuable in reaching the global sales rate among other brands in Fiat Group and Chrysler LLC portfolio. Have you guessed before that it is the reason why the company does not give over the Alfa Romeo to Volkswagen.
Nevertheless, a critical problem related to the Alfa Romeo is that the company lays out product plans constantly for the successors to models such as the 159 series or the firm’s which has been expected for a long time to return to the U.S.
In fact the Fiat Group introduced a new plan for the Milanese brand which is expected to refresh Alfa Romeo during its presentation at a current event for investors.
At that presentation, two types of cars had been introduced. One of the is what the company described it as ‘brand igniters’ which aimed to reinforce the Alfa Romeo position, while the other is the regular models which will be built to increase sales ‘brand sales pillar’.
The first model is the brand igniter which will come as the completely new 2014 spider. The company said that the 2014 Spider will available in sporty driving and a unique design. The 2014 Spider is also lightweight vehicle to receive a high power to weight ratio.
The next is the mid- engine 4C supercar which is built in carbonfiber. This model is expected to arrive at US market in 2013. However this vehicle just will be offered in limited units.
On the other hand, the 159 model is estimated to be shifted with the new Giulia saloon and sport wagon in two years later.
Other model in Alfa’s ‘brand pillar’ range is a compact SUV which along with the Giulia will be offered globally. This compact SUV is expected to be created in Italy.
Alfa also has the unnamed Sedan which is said to be empowered by a V6 engine and will enter the production stage in 2014. The wide range of Alfa’s models will be benefited from direct injection 1.8 liter turbocharged engine, producing around 300 hp.
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