FCA postpones plans for Alfa Romeo and Maserati

FCA postpones plans for Alfa Romeo and Maserati

Apparently, the ambitious plans that FCA had for Alfa Romeo and maserati he went under the water. The brand revealed a more “calm” forecast for the two brands in the coming years, and some predicted models may even see the light of day.


Alfa Romeo, for example, will focus on markets in which it already operates. It will also avoid overlapping its lineup with other FCA brands. Alfa should have less access to FCA and PSA mergers. This means that the return of iconic names such as the 8C and GTV, predicted, is not expected to happen anytime soon. The new electric SUV also “climbed on the roof”.

From Alfa, only the Tonale should come again, the compact SUV expected by the concept of the same name and already seen in the final version. The model is expected to start production next year. The Giulia sedan and the Stelvio SUV should be replaced, but only in 2021. Both should receive versions with smaller wheels, perhaps with an eye on the Chinese market, but that should not happen either.


At Maserati, the Levante, Ghibli and Quattroporte are expected to undergo facelifts in 2020. The GranTurismo and GranCabrio, which are slated to be replaced by a new sports car, will have life, with cosmetic touches, until at least 2021.