Unlike Abarth, the Biscione brand keeps its big novel planned for next spring completely secret. Those from Escorpión have shown a preview of their new electric sports SUVs, but Milan make sure that There are no prototypes of the same crossover model before its presentation. For now, Alfa Romeo is resisting any leaks revealing the MiTo’s successor.
Hope is the last thing that has been lost, and there are still three long months left to unfold, more than enough time for a new high level of protection. Alfa Romeo Milan, which will be the third SUV of the brand, is shot because the manufacturer has not released a single detail of its design or features. At the end of last year, it presented several official reviews, disproving the rumors and confirming its obvious brand name.
The new Alfa Romeo Milano is one of the most anticipated innovations of 2024
Which raises the prospect even more if possible. The new model to enter the range will offer a unique design, elegant and sporty, at the same time unlike the Tonale style, but is fully recognizable as an Alfa Romeo. Its just over four meters will make it a very attractive option on the market, and one of the most recommended based on the CMP platform of the Franco-Italian giant Stellantis, abroad and domestically, which makes a lot of money.
Customization will be important, without ceasing to offer a more refined chassis compared to that of the five models based on the same architecture, half a dozen if we include the new Milano that will be presented in April. Jean Philippe Imparato has been responsible for highlighting that “it will be sporty above all”, an idea of what the unusual B-SUV from Alfa Romeo will offer, and even more so with a range of excellent engines. Because, as we have already told you, Milano will not only be electric, but also hybrid.
Hybrid and electric, this is how the new Alfa Romeo Milano will be released
New report has revealed that the Alfa Romeo Milano will also have it all-wheel drive in the hybrid version of the Q4 with two electric motors, one mated to a six-speed automatic transmission and the other to the rear axle, providing maximum power 160 CV. The range will also feature the familiar PureTech engine from MHEV 1.2 liter with 136 HP and two electric versions and 156 y 240 CVboth with a battery that will provide a total capacity of 54 kWh and a usable net capacity of 51 kWh and more than 400 kilometers of freedom.