Alfa Romeo, two novelties at the 2022 Geneva Motor Show – Auto World

The 2022 Geneva Motor Show could be among its absolute champions Alfa Romeo. In fact, the Biscione brand was preparing two novelties to debut at the upcoming edition of GIMS, with the Stellantis Group brand preparing to take the stage at Palexpo. On the occasion of the Swiss event, the Italian car manufacturer should finally introduce the production version of Alfa Romeo to the general public Tonali, the second expected SUV of the brand that will expand the range from mid-2022. The new Alfa model is scheduled to be revealed in its final form by the end of this year, with the first official images, and then presented under the spotlight at the Geneva Motor Show where the public will also be able to enjoy The new high-wheeled model from Arese.

However, the SUV news does not end here: according to some rumors, in fact, GIMS will once again be a debut opportunity for a concept car anticipating an already planned model: this will be the third SUV from the Italian automaker, the car that will be born At Tychy in Poland on the former PSA common platform. Alfa Romeo by hand (or Brenner) will be shown in prototype form already at the Swiss event, anticipating some elements of the series release scheduled to go into production no later than 2023 to be marketed thereafter between the end of the same year and the first. 2024 months. It should not be ruled out that Biscione has other surprises in store, with some additional information that could come from the industrial chart presentation scheduled for the next few weeks. When Jean Philippe Imparato outlines the brand’s next moves, we will have a clearer picture of what to expect from the future of Alfa Romeo and, above all, what name the Italian brand will choose for the third high-wheeled model.

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