Last night, speaking with the press, Senior Vice President and Head of Alfa Romeo North America Larry Dominique gave us an idea of the Alfa lineup in the near future. The brand will be expanding its offerings, but not by too much.
Alfa will eventually have five key models. It will have two offerings in the C-segment (Tonale-size), two offerings in the D-Segment (Giulia
Dominique said the second C-segment vehicle would be something more car-like than the Tonale, though he wouldn’t commit to saying it would specifically be a sedan. So it’s possible it could be some kind of hatchback or maybe a coupe-like SUV. He was more vague about the E-segment vehicle. Considering the car market, some kind of SUV would seem most likely. As previously reported, this E-segment machine will arrive in 2027 with a wide range of electric powertrains from 300 to 1,000 horsepower.
All of these new models will be fully electric. That includes the next-generation Giulia and Stelvio. The Tonale won’t be going completely electric just yet, but it seems reasonable to assume a new generation model will be. Dominique noted that the Tonale, which is only offered with a plug-in hybrid
Apparently these five segments are the limit for Alfa for the time being. Dominique said that those models will cover more than 80% of premium buyers, and Alfa is trying to be “efficient” with how it covers the market. So don’t expect the myriad bodystyles and niches from German brands such as BMW
There is one possible exception: a sports car. Dominique said that they’re always interested in a sports car or halo product. He wouldn’t commit in any way to such a product, though. With that being said, there’s already been one teaser for something that might be just such a special sports car, maybe called 6C