Alfa Romeo is going to produce 8 new models by 2018 as they set their sights on the main German premium models and the new Giulia will lead the way.
The new Alfa’s will have a new range of technologies in their advanced petrol and diesel engines and they will be built in Italy.
The new models are aimed at increasing sales from 74000 units to 400,000 per year, within 5 years. The Fiat-Chrysler group stands on the brink of a massive product offensive, with Jeep, Fiat, Chrysler and Maserati all promising monster growth before the end of the decade.
The ambitious comeback follows three years of stagnation for the Alfa Romeo line-up, in which it has offered only the Giulietta and Mito hatchbacks.
Some of the new models will be two new SUVs, a better 4C , to be included in the Cloverleaf performance car family, with Alfa Romeo promising that as far as the 4C goes: ‘the best is yet to come’, and plans also include two new compact family cars.