Diego @dietje91 ?

active 3 days, 16 hours ago
  • Thumbnail

    Nicola Larini – the racing hero who restored Alfa Romeo’s honor in the nineties with his 155 in a rather famous German touring car championship – is what you’d call a driver at heart. The former Ferrari-driver […]

  • Thumbnail

    The British magazine Car claims to have more information concerning the ambitious Alfa Romeo-plan for the next few years. This information comes from an interview with Harald Wester – in charge of Alfa and […]

    • At last!!
      Is there really a new GT on the way?
      Thank you for the good news Autoedizione, it’ great to have you back!
      BUON NATALE

    • I’ve got a copy of the magazine and would make a few points:

      – Its not clear what the coupe will be. The Coupe and Spider are both scheduled for 2017 and are described as Audi TT and BMW Z4 rivals, which on price at least are not far apart in the market. So could the coupe be a very closely related hard top version of the spider? I kind of hope…[Read more]

  • Thumbnail

    The company that was on paper still called Fiat Group Amotomobiles SpA has as of yesterday changed its name to FCA Italy SpA. This new name of the largest car manufacturer in Italy – still settled in the […]

  • Thumbnail

    A few Italian journalists have tried to gain some more information on the renewing of the Lancia Ypsilon in 2015. Lancia’s current CEO Antonella Bruno recently gave away a few details about this model aimed […]

  • Thumbnail

    Turin is a city that exemplifies the automotive industry unlike any other, but it has been lacking any major event for many years. The Piedmont capital has been craving for its own event for a very long time […]

  • Thumbnail

    FCA claims this is all still speculation, but rumor has it that FCA will soon announce the transfer of Ferrari’s fiscal headquarters from Maranello to London together with the IPO of 10% of the brand. Fiat has […]

  • Thumbnail

    FCA-engineers are visiting the large Fiat Powertrain plant in Termoli in the southern province of Campobasso these days. According to well-informed sources these visits have everything to do with preparations […]

  • Thumbnail

    The Ferrari Sergio has become nowhere near as pretty as the concept Pininfarina showed us one and a half year ago (picture below). The Sergio has been ordered six times and Ferrari has now shown the road-legal […]

  • Thumbnail

    Everyone in Pomigliano d’Arco is wondering what the future holds for the recently modernized factory now producing the Panda. While the small Fiat is doing well, trade union leaders say extra models are […]

    • Might also be the C-Segment Jeep. Remember, there’s more than the Renegade to be produced in Italy.

      156/147 wasn’t the Last Alfa there. It was the 159 untilgbar 2011. :wink:

  • Thumbnail

    It’s our second time behind the wheel of Alfa’s smallest fitted with the 1.4 MultiAir tickled to produce a healthy 170hp. Only this time, there is no longer a third pedal and there are flappy ones behind the […]

  • Thumbnail

    The people of Abarth, bonkers as they are, have given an entirely new dimension to the concept of fast small city cars. When driving an Abarth 695 Maserati recently, the last thing we said was ‘this thing […]

  • Thumbnail

    Maserati-CEO Harald Wester has given more info on the progress they are making at Mirafiori in terms of the production line for Maserati’s upcoming SUV. Said production will start halfway through next year in […]

  • Thumbnail

    It was as if God himself decided to let it rain cats and dogs yesterday evening in Milan when Lancia held its “Ypsilon My Stories”. The weather fit Lancia’s current state perfectly, and that title makes us […]

  • Thumbnail

    Ferrari has thrown the name LaFerrari into the garbage can for their newest hardcore circuit version and has named it the Ferrari FXX K. That last letter is what it’s all about, but it also seems like some […]

  • Thumbnail

    The American car market is in much better shape than the European, and Alfa Romeo has noticed. Though there are no exact numbers of the demand yet, it is now known that the number of orders has risen […]

  • Thumbnail

    It’s been far too long, but AutoEdizione is finally back. As some of you know, we run this website out of love and passion for all that is Italian and is in some way connected to the automotive industry. We […]

  • Thumbnail

    It seems like Alfa Romeo is working on getting their (safety) technique up to par with other premium brands. This awkward Giulietta without grille indicates that Alfa is working on its future gizmos. The […]

    • What’s going on with this site? No postings for a month.

    • Goodness, if this continues, I’m going to have to remove this link from my bookmarks. Waste of click time.

    • There’s loads of stories on the Dutch site, not surprisingly since loads has been going with FCA recently.

      Do you guys need a translator or something?

    • @trashbat / @bobman

      Due to busy schedules of our English writer we are not up-to-date at the moment. We will be back as soon as possible. Of course you are free to contact us if you are a Dutch and English speaker to assist us in busy times. :wink:

    • Afraid not – happy to unmangle the auto-translated version into workable English copy, but sadly that’s the best I can offer.

  • Thumbnail

    We’ve managed to find some information on the engines Fiat’s newcomer, the 500X, will be offered with. The first press pictures are expected later this month, while the presentation of the 4×4 version of the […]

  • Thumbnail

    Sergio Marchionne – the man who scared entire Italy when he waved Luca Cordero di Montezemolo goodbye a few days ago – has stated a date on which we can expect to see the new Alfa Romeo. And a very symbolic […]

  • Thumbnail

    There was a lot of speculation on Di Montezemolo’s future at Ferrari the last days, but now the die is cast. Following the Scuderia’s shameful performance at Monza last weekend, it has now been confirmed that […]

  • Load More