Alfa Romeo Aims to Have Their First Electric Car by 2024  
 

Like many other manufacturers, Alfa Romeo has said that it plans to transition to an all-electric car portfolio. The firm has pinpointed the year 2024 as a pivotal moment in the transformation.

Which Alfa Romeo Model Will Be the Company's First Electric Vehicle?

The company's senior executive had this information buried. However, based on similar cars scheduled for arrival in 2023, speculation is that it will be an SUV instead.

Few people expect an automobile to appear first, which is not completely out of the question.

In the future, Alfa Romeo may manufacture one of these models. Stellantis, the company's parent, has created four new modular platforms that Alfa Romeo will employ. Electric automobiles with ranges of 500 to 800 kilometers are part of the STLA series.

The next several years are going to be quite hectic for Alfa Romeo. The company plans to release a new model every year. It's been a while since we've heard anything about the Tonale SUV, which is the next vehicle on the list. There is a high probability that it will have a plug-in hybrid system. The world's first all-electric SUV will follow it.

A Stelvio spin-off called the Tonale has already started testing hybrid and plug-in technologies for Alfa. The remainder is speculation, although the company's CEO has indicated a preference for convertible or coupe sports cars.

Will the Brand's Name Be Changed?

It's understandable for a company like Stellantis to invest extensively in electric vehicles. The merger of Chrysler and PSA Holdings has expedited their electrification efforts. However, things had to be given a little push to get going.

The slogans and investment are significant first steps. Even if they aspire for only 40% of their US sales to be electric by 2030, they will be years behind their competition.

The Alfa Romeo nameplate will not be altered in the future. They hoped to use the technology to catapult the brand into the next chapter of its long and illustrious history.

German competitors have continually outperformed Alfa Romeo in the past. As a result, dependability has become a negative term in the automotive industry. Alfa Romeo's upcoming electric car lineup has the potential to give it an upper hand.

It's nice to see that Alfa Romeo's parent company is on board with the company's interest in electrification. For those who like Alfa Romeo but don't want to contribute to CO2 emissions, this may mean a reliable set of EVs.

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