With the new year coming, Alfa Romeo has moved on to Instagram to share a short video highlighting their current products. 2022 saw the introduction of the slightly updated Giulia and Stelvio and they were joined by the new compact Tonale crossover, but 2023 should be significantly more interesting. At the end of the video we can take a look at the backlight design that is not currently shown on any of the three products sold by the Italian brand.
The circular taillight brings back fond memories of the 4C discontinued two years ago or the 8C sold in the late 2000s. This new car will likely be decided between the two by adopting a six-cylinder engine, presumably a 2.9-liter twin-turbo V6. It already produces 540 horsepower and 442 lb-ft (600 Nm) of torque in Julia GTAso it will be interesting to see if Alpha Engineers bumps up to those numbers.
The car previewed here briefly should not be confused with the unique Zagato creation that was unveiled at the end of last year. that was Short wheelbase, two-seat coupe It was coined by the Italian automaker to celebrate the 100th anniversary of collaborating with Alfa Romeo for the first time. The automaker’s CEO, Jean-Philippe Imparato, has suggested that the official premiere will take place in March 2023. Expect low production numbers and a high price for the dedicated supercar.
The mysterious model, tentatively known as the Alfa Romeo 6C, will try to heal the wounds left after the GTV and 8C revival was announced and then canceled a few years ago. At the same time, this will likely be the last product launch of the Stellantis brand with a petrol engine. Imparato suggested that it would be an Alfa through and through, meaning it would not be re-signed Maserati MC20.
As a refresher, Alfa will transition to a purely electric brand later this decade. the The next generation of Giulia and Stelvio They’re already confirmed to be EVs, so the end is near for ICE-powered models.
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