Monday, October 31, 2016


The big news from Milano this week, as reported by AUTOWEEK and AUTOMOTIVE NEWS EUROPE is that FCA has scheduled the launch of a wagon version of the new Giulia for the end of 2018 in Europe.

On the Continent wagons account for more than 40% of sales, so Alfa Romeo needs to have a competent entrant in that segment, considering sedans make up barely 30% of sales.

The last Arese-built wagon to pull in big sales in Europe was the very pretty Giugiaro-designed Alfa Romeo 159 Sportwagon.

There's no doubt this rendering of the Quadrifoglio version looks the business.

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