Alfa Romeo's five-year strategy includes twenty-six new or updated models. But amongst a sea of SUVs and electrification, two more hotly anticipated debuts will be the 700+ bhp 8C sports car and the Giulia Quadrifoglio-based GTV Coupe. But that lineup may not be limited to hard tops.
This is what Alfa's future models could look like:
According to Car Magazine, the GTV will come in two flavours. The fixed-roof coupe will show up in 2021, and the Spider will debuts 18 months later in 2022. Both cars will slot underneath the more-powerful 8C and will ride on the same Giorgio platform that underpins the Giulia and Stelvio.
Roof or no roof, the Alfa GTV will come powered by the same turbocharged 2.9-litre currently under the bonnet of the Giulia Quadrifoglio. With an electric boost, the GTV should be good for somewhere in the neighbourhood of 600 bhp with a pure electric range of 30 miles. All-wheel drive and room for four will come standard.
It's unclear if the 8C will get the same topless treatment. We do know that it will have a carbon fibre monocoque chassis, and will be able to hit 62 mph in less than three seconds. Expect the 8C sometime in 2022.
The rest of the Alfa Romeo range will include updated products like the Giulietta, and new C- and E-segment crossovers. The new GTV won't arrive for another three years, unfortunately, but the rendering pictured here gives us an accurate depiction of what to expect.