The future of Italy's most emotional brand, Alfa Romeohas been on everyone's lips since the birth of Stellantis. We are witnessing the (countless) new relaunch of the range, which should make it possible, according to its CEO, to the to beat its all-time sales recordor more than 200,000 units by 2025.
So yes, there's the Tonale, but that's only in the end a technical and stylistic interlude between the Giulia / Stelvio and future models, the B-SUV leaked images and are unanimously acclaimed (but not in a good way)... One might ask, where is the brand going? Is it going to sacrifice its DNA on the altar of volume?
A closer look reveals that Alfa Romeo's future will also be closely linked to the Folgore range from Maserati.
|Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale
|Alfa Romeo Stelvio
|Maserati Grecale Folgore
|Alfa Romeo Giulia
|Maserati Quattroporte Folgore SWB
|C-SUV (new Tonale)
|Alfa Romeo GTV / Spider ?
|Maserati Granturimo / Grancabrio
Indeed, the next all-electric Stelvio SUV will be based on the same principles as the Grecale Folgore (which is slow to arrive at dealerships).
The future all-electric Giulia will be based on Maserati Quattroporte. As a reminder, Maserati has decided to remove the Ghibli from the catalog and keep only the Quattroporte, which could be available in two sizes depending on the market (SWB and LWB).
The large Alfa Romeo SUV, which we talked about a short while agowill simply be based on the future Maserati Levante Folgore.
For the compact sedan that could be called Alfettaor the compact SUV that will replace the Tonale, will probably be based on the STLA Medium platform, so there's no link with Maserati.
It will be necessary to wait until 2030, and a very complete range, with a brand in full financial health, to hope to see a little'exoticismThese include an Alfa Romeo GTV (sedan coupé) based on a Maserati Granturismo, or a mass-produced Alfa Romeo Spider (not an ultra-limited model) based on a Grancabrio.