Even coming from the land of Ferrari and Lamborghini, Alfa Romeo has a rich history and strong following among auto aficionados. And no wonder; the Italian brand has produced some beautiful cars since it began building them in 1910, and it’s been an innovator in style and technology on and off the race track since. And in just a few months, it will take another step forward when it debuts its first ever electric vehicle: the Milano.
Named after the brand’s home city, the Milano will be a subcompact crossover, smaller than its current compact crossover, the Tonale, which comes as a PHEV as well as with a gas-powered model. Alfa announced this week that it will fully reveal the Milano in April, on its way to becoming a fully electric automaker by 2027.
We don’t know any technical details about the Milano yet, but we do know it will be available as both a full EV and a gas-powered version. We also don’t know if we’ll even see it in North America, as other subcompact EVs from parent company Stellantis – the Jeep Avenger and Fiat 600, among others – can’t be had on our shores. Stay tuned for more!
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