It's either a tiny crossover or a sporty grand tourer.

Alfa Romeo will unveil a new model on June 24, according to Italy's Motori Online. The vehicle's identity remains a mystery at this point.

Motori Online speculates the model is either a B-segment crossover (speculatively rendered above) riding on a PSA-sourced platform or a sporty grand tourer. Judging by Alfa's product plan (below), the crossover seems far more likely to be the new entry in the lineup. The roadmap indicates a vehicle fitting this description is on the way for 2022. There's no mention at all of a new performance-oriented product joining the range.

Gallery: Alfa Romeo updated product roadmap

The new crossover would sit below the Stelvio and forthcoming Tonale. If the report is correct that it uses a PSA platform, then it might share underpinnings with the new Peugeot 2008. The French vehicle is available with a 1.2-litre three-cylinder with 100 bhp (75 kilowatts), 130 bhp (97 kW), and 155 bhp (116 kW) outputs. There's also a 1.5-litre diesel making 100 bhp or 130 bhp. In addition, there's a fully electric version producing 136 bhp (101 kW) and a 193-mile (312-kilometre) range.

As further evidence that Alfa is unlikely to introduce a sporty model, the company recently dropped plans to introduce new iterations of the 8C and GTV. The automaker said the decision came from a desire to "focus on current market strengths with reduced global reach and overlap with other [FCA] Group brands."