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Alfa Romeo MiTo Turismo Sport

The Alfa Romeo MiTo will make it to the stateside in 2013 and we’re pretty excited about that. To keep us on our feet and excited for Alfa’s return to the U.S., the company is teasing us with another special-edition model for the UK. (more…)


The waiting is finally over… Alfa Romeo’s stunning concept car, the 8C Spider has passed from dream to become reality, and Auto Express is first behind the wheel.

Launched at this year’s Geneva Motor Show, and star of the 2009 Goodwood Festival of Speed, the 8C Spider looks set to be one of this year’s most desirable cars. (more…)


There was speculation during the Alfa MiTo developation, that placed many different nameplates on the sport hatch. One of them was Junior, but new reports suggest that Alfa may in fact be preparing an additional model to carry the Junior name. (more…)

The sporty MiTo by Alfa Romeo was named 2009 European car of the year. The stylish little two-door hatchback scored 462 points in voting by automotive journalists from across Europe.



Ah yes, the Alfa Romeo 8C Spider. With only 500 units going into production (and of course the crazy price tag) we all probably could only dream of seeing it at the auto shows and sitting in it for a few minutes. But until then, Alfa has been kind enough to release some new images of the beauty.



The highly buzzed Alfa Romeo’s Mi.To hatchback is already spawning rumors of a convertible version. The much anticipated release could hit the market in 2009, only a year after the hatchback’s unveiling.

As reported by Noah Joseph:

Alfa Romeo’s new Mi.To hatchback hasn’t even seen the light of day yet and already it’s spreading like wildfire across the automotive news media. Only days after initial details and images were released, already rumors are beginning to circulate of a convertible version. And why not? Alfa roadsters are eminently desirable, and since the Mi.To’s styling was so directly inspired by the 8C Competizione’s, why shouldn’t it get a Spider version of its own?


Alfa Romeo just released initial details and images of the long-awaited Mi.To hatchback, and already industry analysts are predicting the MINI rival could make it across the ocean when the company returns to the American market.