In March, Alfa Rome unveiled a concept SUV, which will thrill the public.
The Tonalale Hybrid Crossover is bold and impressed with the somewhat unusual design on the current Alfa Romeo lineup.
Pretty soon, they became aware of this company that they couldn't survive on the concept, so the production version was expected very soon.
Tonale's main trump card is certainly an exceptional design, in addition, the Stilvio looks "reserved."
We want to see how much Alpha is changing Romeo Tonale's appearance in the production version compared to the concept, and some designers have decided to provide their vision.
The "render" created by INDAV Design shows that the tonal may have a "legal" appearance, but they are still quite similar to the concept.
Along with the chrome trim, there are compressed headlights and a similar "Scudetto" front grille.
In the bumper there are daily running lights that are missing from the concept and saliva-type air intake.
Narrow mirrors have been replaced by more realistic and traditional ones, and the same goes for flow.
There are also more practical hands on the door, a trend that was introduced by Alpha in 1997 with 156 until they could appear on the back.
Finally, a discreet roof spoiler, slow, relatively smooth horizontal tail light and chrome exhaust at the end of the bumper.
The production version of the tonal should be based on a modified version of the Fiat-Chrysler front-wheel-drive compact platform, as opposed to the "Giorgio" platform for Giulia and rear-wheel-drive Stelvio.
In addition to the standard crossover, it will also have a hybrid drivetrain that will probably be shared with the Jeep Renegade.
Below you can see the look of the tonal concept