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2015 Future Alfa Romeo

Published at Tuesday, March 22nd 2016, 04:00:17 AM by Leonard J. Martinez. Alfa Romeo.

Alfa Romeo within the auto giant FCA (Fiat Chrysler Automobiles) wants to return to his past and recover the essence and sporting passion that have distinguished for many years. Here are some of his upcoming projects: a sedan rear-drive engines and new development including a 2.9 V6 biturbo with an output of 480 hp.

Straight to the heart and passion engines and cars that are simmering Alfa Romeo have all the ingredients to touch the car more emotional side. According to data available Highway and recently confirmed by a report in the prestigious British middleweight Automotive News the future of Alfa Romeo in the short term is as follows.

A sedan and an SUV

As a first highlight Alfa Romeo presented as a prototype your next car on June 24 2015 coinciding with the celebration of the 105th anniversary of the brand. This car under the internal designation Project 952 will be a rear-drive sedan so this technical configuration Italian firm makes quite clear the sporting pretensions of this new vehicle. Will have to wait until 2016 to see navigate the roads to the new Alfa.

In addition to the Project 952 Alfa also show in 2016 under Project 949 a compact SUV code that bet on the quality of implementation and for certain sporting pretensions. Brand 'biscionne' wants to market a rival that is at the height of models and contrasted as the Audi Q5 and BMW X3.

Petrol engines up to 480 hp

In the mechanical section Alfa Romeo has prepared several surprises us. At the highest level of power by step we find a new gasoline engine supercharged 2.9 V6 direct injection with twin turbochargers. The initial estimated power will be around 480 hp and this engine will be improved and optimized evolution of gasoline and manufactured by Ferrari and Maserati Quattroporte for Ghibli (Trident models the engine is 3.0 liters).

A notch below Alfa V6 biturbo there will be new alternatives to gasoline four-cylinder engine turbocharged 2.0 MultiAir system. The power levels initially shuffled range between 180 and 330 hp.

Diesel engines four-cylinder and V6

For those who prefer diesel engines in the grab bag of Alfa Romeo there are also prepared new turbocharged four-cylinder blocks which will benefit from the latest technical advances of the new generation Multijet technology FCA group. It is anticipated initially a four-cylinder 2.2 redevelopment while the power range for most car Alfa range between 135 and 210 hp. Nor should we rule out less powerful and smaller displacement version specifically developed to model the nature of the MiTo.

The benefits in the Diesel range also have a place in the mechanical artillery Alfa Romeo. Thus in collaboration with VM Motori specialized company is working on a new evolution of the known turobiesel 3.0 V6 already drives some cars Jeep and Maserati. In this case this 'super diesel' could provide power levels between 275 and 340 hp.

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In conclusion: Alfa Romeo wants to move back and get it have an investment of 5 billion euros until 2018 a huge and astronomical amount of money to be allocated for new cars and new propulsion technologies. And the hybrid and electric? No news at the moment. for the other reviews about the newest cars visit here.

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