Alfa Romeo, the historic brand within the Stellantis group, has plans to launch four new models by 2027 in an effort to revamp its lineup and regain its fan base. According to rumors, the four models will be the new Milano, the new Giulia, the new Stelvio, and the new flagship model.
The new Milano, which currently goes by a nickname since there are no official confirmations, will be the successor to the Giulietta, the compact car that debuted in 2010 and sold over 400,000 units in Europe. The new Milano will be based on the Stellantis group’s CMP platform, the same one used by the Jeep Avenger and Fiat 600. The new Milano will be a plug-in hybrid model with a more sporty and dynamic design. The new B-SUV is expected to debut in mid-2024.
The new Giulia, on the other hand, will be the second generation of the midsize sedan that was first introduced in 2016. The new Giulia will be based on the Stellantis group’s STLA Large platform, which will also be used by the new Peugeot 508 and DS9. The new Giulia will be a fully electric model with a more elegant and refined design. The new Giulia is expected to arrive in 2025.
The new Stelvio will be the second generation of the midsize SUV that debuted worldwide. Similar to the Giulia, the new Stelvio will be based on the Stellantis group’s STLA Large platform. It will be a fully electric model with a more robust and aggressive design. The new Stelvio is expected to arrive in 2026.
Lastly, the new flagship model will mark Alfa Romeo’s return to the E-segment. It will be based on the Stellantis group’s STLA Large platform, and like the other models, it will be fully electric. The flagship model will have a more luxurious and distinctive design, potentially developed in the USA, and is expected to arrive in 2027. Alfa Romeo has announced its intention to become a leading brand in sustainable mobility and sportsmanship, aligning with Stellantis group’s strategy.