Alfa Romeo gearing up for US invasion at the 2013 NAIAS

Alfa Romeo fans in the US have a lot to be excited about because the long-awaited return of the Italian brand in American soil is drawing closer and closer.

Now, according to Autobild, the stage for Alfa’s return to America could take place at the 2013 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Autobild is also reporting that Alfa Romeo is intent on bringing at least five models to the 2013 NAIAS, highlighted by the drop-dead gorgeous 4C GTA Concept.

Together with the 4C GTA, other Alfa Romeo models expected to join in the US invasion include the Giulia , the Giulietta , the five-door MiTo , and a still unidentified Jeep -based crossover.

We’ve all anxiously waited a long time for Alfa Romeo to return to our neck of the woods and it certainly hasn’t come with some impatience. But now that it’s beginning to look like the Italian brand is in fact US-bound after years and years of absence, that impatience and anxiety is slowly becoming excitement and eager anticipation.

Source: Autobild

6 comments:

If this one is indeed going to be true, then it certainly is going to be a good news for a lot of folks out there. After all, they have been waiting for the return of Alfa for quite some time now.

Well, it’s really a good thing that Alfa Romeo is finally going back to the US market, it’s been a while since they have been here. Good thing too that they would be bringing in newer models.

Hmm, I would say that this is a nice development. But I think that it would not really be that easy for Alfa Romeo to simply reenter the US market, they need something that would really attract the crowd here.

Wow, so they are actually bringing in the 4C GTA to the States, this one is definitely going to be a great comeback. I’ll make sure that I am in Detroit during that time.

It seems Alfa Romeo offers a great line up for the NAIAS. BTW, I wonder if the are going to build a production version for this car and what its figure performance.

At last, Alfa Romeo is back with a newer version and gear up for the NAIAS. I like the platform of this car it looks like a collaboration of jeep and crossover version.

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