Future Alfa-Romeo models.

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Stelantis has big plans for the Alfa-Romeo brand, and today we have a bit more information about which model we will see, and when.

All upcoming models will be based on the STLA platform, which is mostly an EV platform, although the 2025 STLA Dodge Charger will be available with a gas engine as well. This means it will be easy for Alfa-Romeo to offer a variety of powertrains for different markets.

The first new Alfa will be the redesigned all-new Stelvio SUV. It will use the STLA Large platform (just like the 2025 Charger, Jeep Recon, and Wagoneer S), and could possibly get a bit larger than the current Stelvio. Production of the new STLA Stelvio is scheduled for next year with around 13,000 units produced the first year, growing to around 24,000 a year later.

Although the current Alfa-Romeo Giulia sedan came out before the Stelvio, it will be replaced a year later with production starting in 2026. A production run of over 14,000 units is scheduled for 2026 and over 18,000 starting in 2027. The new generation Giulia will also be based on the STLA large platform.

A brand new unnamed larger Alfa SUV will start production in 2027 in Detroit. With only about 2000 units scheduled for that year, (Which could mean a late 2027 start) growing to around 11,000 units in 2028. The North American market is planned to be the new SUV’s largest market.

This is a bit of a surprise, but a new Alfa-Romeo Tonale is already planned on the smaller STLA Medium platform. It will start production in 2027. That year will also be the last year of production for the current Tonale, with around 31,000 units planned, or about 12,000 fewer than the previous year.

The new STLA Tonale production will jump from around 5000 units in 2027 to over 20,000 in 2028. Although the current Tonale seems almost all-new, it actually started production over 2 years ago and will be 5 years old when replaced by the STLA EV model.

I think this is all good news. And great to see Stelantis taking care of all their brands, as promised earlier. Even the ones that have shrunk down to almost nothing like Lancia and Chrysler. ( I cannot wait to see the reproduction version of the fantastic Chrysler Halcyon concept).

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  1. blah blah blah… more talk from Stellantis. They should s**t or get off the pot.

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