Italian brands within the FCA group are significantly behind this competition when it comes to electricity, and the most likely one in the market is Alfa Romeo.
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The legendary brand has been trying to compete with the big German premium triplets of Mercedes, BMW and Audi D in recent years, but despite the positive reviews of Giulia and Stelvio model Dello, it has not turned out well.
4C Sports Model Dell's poor customer response, and the Junotia Compact model, Alfa Romeo has less sales in Europe than the virtually lean Lia Nassia brand, which makes only one model, the smallest Ypsilon for the Italian Titans.
To become an Alfa Romeo Premium competitor, FCA will have to invest a lot more in the development of electric models, which was not planned by the late CEO Ser Marcion years ago.
That could change under the rule of Mike Manley, a new member of the group, who knows that he cannot be competitive unless the FCA follows current trends.
In the new five-year plan, Alfa Romeo has targeted sales of 400,000 units worldwide by 2002, with a profit of 10%, up from 109,000 during 2017.
In addition, the brand expects a strong expansion in US-China Trites by developing a network of retailers and offering new models.
According to the plan, the Alfa ROM should have a hybrid e-booster engine with 25% more power thanks to electric turbines, similar hybrids and plug-in hybrids.
Ultimately, Alfa Romeo plans to launch six plug-in hybrids – Giulia, Stelvio, GTV, 8C, an anonymous SUV, and a compact tonal crossover, where everyone will take over 50km of autonomy over electricity.
The forceful change at the top of FCA fashion changed the group's previously planned plans, which could bring the Alfa Romeo models completely electrically.
Given that Alpha plans to build a new GTV in the second half of 2020, which will be Maserati's Alfieri's twin brother, it is realistic to expect a change to the specifications already announced.
The GTV is a complete sports four-seater with 50/50 weight distribution, with 600hp of all four-wheel drive with torque vectoring.
If indeed it is a derivative of the two-seater Alfiri, the full electric version with the hybrid can be expected.
Hypothetically, GTV's electronics can be powered by three electric motors, an all-wheel-drive and an 800-volt battery system.
If Asia is made of aluminum, the expected performance is acceleration from 0-100 km / h in two seconds and top speed is over 300 km / h.
The GTV can also serve as a launch for the upcoming Maserati GRT Naturismo and GRAB Kabrio, planned with full-power versions in 2021 and 2022.