Diego @dietje91 ?

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  • Though no official press pictures or statements have been released, the Italian trade union delegates claim that the Alfa Romeo Giulia indeed went into production on Monday. The D-segment Alfa Romeo can now […]

  • Fiat Chrysler Automobiles can be more than pleased with the results they’ve achieved throughout February. In Italy FCA grew by 32,2%, nearly 5% more than the 27,3% market average. It’s the biggest growth sin […]

  • The management has confirmed in Geneva that Alfa’s first SUV will indeed be named Stelvio and that it shall be revealed in November this year. Marchionne recently disclosed the name in Cassino already, where n […]

  • @wachusek There’s already a 280hp-variant announced by the end of the year. A 210-hp version of the 2.2l diesel was announced as well.

    In reply to - Diego wrote a new post, Meet the Alfa Romeo Giulia Super The affordable Alfa Romeo Giulia can be ordered from April 15th onwards. The one we see here is the Super, a guise that comes with several added goodies […] · View
  • These surprising pictures of an extremely professional looking 4C in racing guise briefly appeared on the internet yesterday afternoon. An ever-seeking editor of ours got hold of them before they were taken […]

  • A new low in the 110 years of existence of the glorious Italian Lancia. Though FCA has launched an impressive array of new models in Geneva, there is no sign of Lancia whatsoever. This despite the fact that […]

    • They do not plan to replace the Mito.
      They are not sure to replace the Punto if it is not profitable enough.
      Maybe they should just launch a Lancia to replace those 2 cars…

    • they are working on a Punto replacement; probably only a thorough refresh but they see the value in incremental sales from a proven platform and with minimal investment.

  • Ferrari’s largest offering, the GTC4Lusso, has moved on from the FF in so many ways that this is much more than an ordinary facelift. It seems like the FF was perfected, rather than just given a slightly new n […]

  • During the usual press conference in Geneva Sergio Marchionne has stated that FCA is doing well and that they will be getting more and more opportunities to invest in development. ‘No bad news then’ said the […]

  • What a relief. We expressed our disappointment after seeing the first official pictures of this Maserati Levante last week. The relief comes from these images straight from Geneva, which clearly show a more […]

    • This looks much better! I actually think the rear end is the best part now! The side profile a bit like the old Quattroporte.

  • We would forgive you for thinking that the Fiat 124 Spider is not much more than a rebodied MX-5, but one glance at this Abarth iteration and you should be completely sold. The gorgeous logos and classic […]

  • We can’t even remember the last time Fiat launched several versions of one model shortly after one another, but in Geneva there are now three variants of the Tipo on display; the sedan, a new hatchback and s […]

  • No prices revealed yet, not even for Europe. As soon as we find out more, you’ll read it here. 😉
    Thanks for the positive feedback by the way!

    In reply to - Diego wrote a new post, Standard version Giulia one of many FCA debuts in Geneva The Alfa Romeo Giulia in its standard guise is undoubtedly the star of Geneva for us Italian car enthusiasts. It’s a much more e […] · View
  • The affordable Alfa Romeo Giulia can be ordered from April 15th onwards. The one we see here is the Super, a guise that comes with several added goodies compared to the bare standard version. This very sporty […]

    • @wachusek There’s already a 280hp-variant announced by the end of the year. A 210-hp version of the 2.2l diesel was announced as well.

  • The Alfa Romeo Giulia in its standard guise is undoubtedly the star of Geneva for us Italian car enthusiasts. It’s a much more elegant appearance than its Quadrifoglio-sibling, with subtle chrome around the w […]

    • meanwhile, this is the first Geneva Salon with Lancia being absent 🙁

    • The car looks very elegant. Any word on pricing in North America. I would love to be driving something like this. Can’t afford the QV though.

      So happy to see you guys back posting. Always a nice surprise to find a notification of a new article in my mailbox in the morning.

      Lancia will return, don’t give up hope!

    • No prices revealed yet, not even for Europe. As soon as we find out more, you’ll read it here. 😉
      Thanks for the positive feedback by the way!

  • That’s not going to happen until the replacement comes. You’d be getting a dated car anyways, something only for true enthusiasts. The costs to make it available in the USA would outweigh the benefits.

    In reply to - Diego wrote a new post, Changes Alfa Romeo Giulietta quite minimalistic The Italian press got to see the facelifted Giulietta for the first time yesterday. The biggest change is unfortunately the offering of […] · View
  • The Italian press got to see the facelifted Giulietta for the first time yesterday. The biggest change is unfortunately the offering of the automatic TCT transmission with dual dry clutch for the 1.6 JTDm […]

    • That’s not going to happen until the replacement comes. You’d be getting a dated car anyways, something only for true enthusiasts. The costs to make it available in the USA would outweigh the benefits.

  • Today is when the renewed Alfa Romeo Giulietta is shown to a selected audience in Italy. A few pictures have already leaked of the 240hp Veloce though, replacement of the former Quadrifoglio Verde. The new […]

  • We thought it was a nice project; an SUV with Italian allure. Refined lines in its design and a more GT-like appearance than many German rivals. Camouflaged test mules of the Levante seemed to hide a promising […]

  • The series production of the Alfa Romeo Giulia starts in Cassino on March 14th. This is official news as Marchionne announced so himself during a staff meeting at the plant in the province of Frosinone. […]

  • Whilst the tireless tabloids like to refer to engineer Reberto Fedeli’s coming to Alfa Romeo as a logical consequence of the Giulia’s seemingly everlasting development, the timing in fact has everything to do […]

    • So nice to see this article in my inbox this morning. Hope to see more as I always enjoy your point of view.

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