Alfa Romeo is considering launching the new GTV, reviving the model, which will be offered both as a hybrid and as a purely electric, with its electric version positioned opposite the Tesla Model 3 and BMW i4.
The car has not yet received the green light to go into production, with the new CEO of the Italian company, Jean-Philippe Imparato, having stated that he has a strong desire to bring back to market “mythical” sports cars from the past of the brand , as these could enhance the image of the company.
As he said:
I am very interested in GTV. To be clear, this is not an announcement at this stage, I just give you a personal feeling that I am very interested in GTV. I also love the Duetto. Let me bring the Alfa Romeo to a certain level of economic performance and then we talk about these sports models.
It should be noted that the plan presented by Alfa Romeo for the five years 2018-2022 included the new 8C and GTV, but in November 2019 it became known that they were canceled in order to reduce the costs of the Italian company. Much has changed since then, with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles merging with the PSA Group to form Stellantis.
Alfa Romeo will use PSA platforms and by 2025, the only new Alfa Romeo car to use an FCA platform will be the Tonale.
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