The Milano small SUV will help bring Alfa Romeo into electrification, with the brand to go fully electric by 2027
Alfa Romeo has announced that its first sport urban vehicle will debut in April 2024, with the new model being called the Milano.
Set to be available with both combustion and pure electric variants, the Milano is a tribute to the city where the brand began, way back in 1910.
The brand’s new model will rejoin Europe’s B segment of vehicles, or small SUV as we call it, which is the biggest segment by volume in the region.
Alfa Romeo plans to be a fully-electric brand by the year 2027. Its first exclusively-electric vehicle is set to arrive after the Milano in 2025.
The new Milano will be the first model in Alfa Romeo’s history to use pure-electric power.
Pricing starts from $68,450 before on-road costs for the Giulia, $76,450 before on-road costs for the Stelvio and, lastly, $50,900 before on-road costs for the Tonale.
The Tonale plug-in hybrid model uses a 132kW 1.3-litre four-cylinder engine with a 90kW electric motor to produce a total system output of 208kW.
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