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The GTV Could Save Alfa Romeo But Skepticism Is Warranted

The GTV Could Save Alfa Romeo But Skepticism Is Warranted

The Alfa Romeo GTV could be revived as a retro two-door coupe or a four-door competitor to the BMW 4 Series, i4, and Tesla Model 3.

At this point, I wouldn’t blame you if you felt bad for the Alfa Romeo brand. It’s been on the verge of death for a while now, but the brand’s new CEO and help from the newly formed Stellantis have raised a little hope. And, despite the cancelled plans to revive the GTV and 8C, we’ve recently learned that the company is still considering a new GTV, and now we know that it won’t be an SUV. In fact, if the GTV really is brought back to life, it’ll take on some pretty heavy hitters from BMW and Tesla, among others. Is there still hope for the Alfa Romeo brand? Let’s look at this new development and find out.

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Alfa Romeo is on the Verge of Death as Big Models Have Been Nixed

Alfa Romeo is on the Verge of Death as Big Models Have Been Nixed

Wil Alfa Romeo Be Discontinued in the U.S once again?

Alfa Romeo announced back in June of 2018 that it would revive the 8C and GTV with its product roadmap through 2022, but since then, things have certainly changed, Alfa’s sales have been rather sad at best, and those two models have been canceled altogether. The compact Tonale Crossover is still on the docket as is the larger electric SUV – big surprise there – but there’s more to this. A new, updated roadmap for the company for 2019-2022 has been released, and it’s not looking good at all. Where the company originally planned 7 models and refreshes, there are now just four – two of which are the mid-cycle refreshes for the Stelvio and Giulia, the only two models keeping the company alive at the moment.

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A 600-Horsepower, Topless Alfa Romeo Could Be In The Works

A 600-Horsepower, Topless Alfa Romeo Could Be In The Works

Don’t sleep on the possibility of seeing a convertible version of the GTV Coupe

Alfa Romeo’s plan to flood the market with 26 new and updated models is well-documented. We also know that at least two of those models will be the scintillating 8C supercar and the

Giulia Quadrifoglio

based GTV Coupe. Now it looks like a third performance model is in the works, specifically a convertible version of the aforementioned 600-horsepower GTV Coupe that will be released more than a year after the coupe version drops and takes all our money away.

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2020 Alfa Romeo GTV

2020 Alfa Romeo GTV

The Italians join the premium coupe market

Rumors about Alfa Romeo planning to make a two-door coupe version of the Giulia surfaced the web as soon as the sporty sedan hit the market. It took the Italian firm about two years to confirm that a coupe is indeed underway, but not everything is as we expected. To be more specific, Alfa Romeo will use a coupe to revive the GTV nameplate.

Not only that, but it will be offered as a Quadrifoglio that will be more powerful than the Giulia Quadrifoglio sedan. To top things off, it will have a mild hybrid drivetrain and an all-wheel-drive system with torque vectoring. The coupe will most likely arrive in 2020 when the Giulia sedan should have already received its mid-cycle facelift. Let’s find out more about what it may bring to the table in the speculative review below.

Continue reading to learn more about the upcoming Alfa Romeo GTV.

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