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Ebbene si, a sorpresa ieri Roberta Zerbi (Head of Alfa Romeo Brand - Europe, Middle East & Africa) durante un'intervista ad AutoExpress ha dichiarato che Alfa Romeo è al lavoro su una nuova entry level crossover che dovrebbe prendere il lascito di MiTo, dopodichè toccare all'E-Suv.




“I would like more women [to drive Alfa Romeos],” she said. “Alfa is always seen as the car for the petrolhead. But why? They are such beautiful pieces of design.

“The MiTo did well with women, but only to a certain extent. It was a three-door car, and women have to fit their children behind; a five-door is more appropriate.”

When asked if the company was therefore looking at a replacement for the MiTo, Zerbi responded: “I think we need an entry-level. This is something we are working on. I’m not sure it is going to be a MiTo, but it will be an entry-level car for the brand.”

Due to the enduring popularity of SUVs, this could mean Alfa Romeo is looking to expand its offering well beyond the existing Stelvio and forthcoming Tonale. Zerbi told us: “We are working on both the below (Tonale) and above (Stelvio). 








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No, perché abbiamo visto la concorrenza

Comunque a me non disturba eccessivamente il b-suv alfa preso come modello a se...   Quello che mi disturba e’ il concetto che Tavares o chi per lui può avere di un brand premium e sportivo.

Non solo ci siamo costretti a frullarci le ovaie parlando per eoni di Giulietta e Mito e dei loro pessimi frontali, ma continuiamo a tenere duro l'andazzo incastrando fari a goccia verticali a forza s

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sarà possibile vedere qualcosa che non sia un Suv nel futuro di Alfa Romeo?


il C-Suv era indispensabile in questo momento ma se mi fai un crossover B e un suv E fai almeno una nuova C-hatch!

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6 minuti fa, itr83 scrive:

sarà possibile vedere qualcosa che non sia un Suv nel futuro di Alfa Romeo?


il C-Suv era indispensabile in questo momento ma se mi fai un crossover B e un suv E fai almeno una nuova C-hatch!


Per quanto sia d'accordo con quanto detto sopra, direi che sarebbe più utile una GTV o al limite la 8C dopo i D, C e B-SUV.

Comunque scelta obbligata se vogliono arrivare alle 400K auto annue senza metterci 20 anni.


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Attendo l'Alfa Romeo Aventino Concept.

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- '95 Fiat Cinquecento 900 cc MOTORE NUOVO(dal 1995 in garage, spero mia finchè campo)

- '10 Alfa Romeo MiTo 1.4 TB MultiAir 135 cv Distinctive Premium Pack (dal 2017)


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Mi ricordo una vecchia voce di diversi anni fa che diceva che la Mito sarebbe stata sostituita da una B-UV.


Di fatto oggi basta ricarrozzare una 500X per farla. 


Ecco uno dei rendering







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Mi pare che l'attuale gestione stia ripugnando completamente la precedente: leggendo un'intervista a Roberta Zerbi si percepisce un certo "distacco" dalle scelte che sono state fatte per Stelvio e le scelte fatte per Tonale lo sottolineano.

Questa voce quindi non mi stupisce...siamo ritornati indietro di 7-8 anni in tutto. Peccato.

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Potrebbe darsi che stiano valutando la stessa scelta fatta da DS sostiuendo la DS3 (puramente 3 porte) con un Crossover.

Forse vorrebbero fare diretta concorrenza ad Audi Q2.


Sinceramente Alfa Romeo non dovrebbe scendere al segmento B. Quel segmento se la cavano meglio marchi come Fiat, Abarth e Lancia.


Se poi andando avanti cambiano idea e decidono di rimarchiare il modello con un altro marchio del gruppo, tutto puo' succedere. 

In passato successe cosi con l'attuale Fiat 124 spider, che doveva essere un"Alfa Romeo Duetto.

- Volkswagen Polo 3 porte 1.0 50 cv "X", del 1998 (tenuta dal 2003 al 2007)

- Fiat Grande Punto 5 porte 1.3 Multijet 90 cv "Emotion", nuova (dal 2007 al 2019)

- Fiat 500X 1.6 Multijet 120 cv "Citycross", nuova (in possesso dal 2019)

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