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Alfa Romeo Milano Electric: Ready for April

Alfa Romeo Milano Electric: Ready for April

Alfa Romeo proudly announced that it has begun testing the Alfa Romeo Milano on the Palocco circuit. The Milano becomes a very important model for Alfa Romeo. This will be the brand's first full-size electric model and also in a very popular segment: compact crossovers. Alfa Romeo indicates that it will present the Milano on April 10 and will immediately show a set of images of the wrapped prototype.

Our digital preview of Milan…

Camouflaged Alfa Romeo Milano panels confirm that AutoWeek's digital preview of Alfa Romeo's electric compact car is completely accurate. The digital graphics we presented to you at the time were not based on live images, but rather on leaked images of the car. At that time it turned out that they were actually leaked records from Milan.

Unlike the Tonale – which was still in development under FCA – the Alfa Romeo Milano is a true Stellantis product. This car will essentially be an Alfa Romeo version of cars such as the Peugeot (e-)2008, DS 3 Crossback, Opel Mokka, Jeep Avenger, Fiat 600e and Citroen C4. Of course, this does not mean that the cars are interchangeable from one to another, but it does mean that you will find similar technology in them. The Milano will also be available as a mild hybrid with 136 hp. There will also be an all-wheel drive electric version with 240 horsepower. In fact, just like the Abarth 600e and Lancia Ypsilon HF.

Alfa Romeo Milano is expected to soon represent about 40 percent of Alfa's sales in Europe. The Milano – with 33 Stradales – does not remain the only electric Alfa Romeo. For example, Alfa Romeo is working on a B-segmenter model that is not considered a crossover. This will therefore be a sibling to cars like the Peugeot 208, Opel Corsa and Lancia Epsilon which are yet to be revealed. The brand also has an electric successor to the Giulia in the pipeline.

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