The historical name might now be utilized for a stylish EV that was initially imagined as a high-performance coupe variation of the GTV.
- According to a current report, Alfa Romeo’s objectives for the GTV have actually moved.
- It was expected to be a two-door Giulia with a hybrid powertrain at.
- It now looks that it will be a four-door electrical vehicle like the Tesla Model 3 and BMW i4.
According to a brand-new report from Autocar, Alfa Romeo has actually altered its mind about bringing the GTV back to life. While the company formerly specified that a brand-new GTV will be launched in the shape of a two-door design of the Giulia with a 600- hp hybrid powertrain in the leading Quadrifoglio trim, this concept appears to have actually been deserted. Rather, it might now take the kind of a four-door electrical vehicle that might take on the BMW i4.
According to the most recent reports, the GTV brand name might now be used for a more appealing “four-door coupe” variation of the Giulia sedan, comparable to how the BMW 4-series Gran Coupe hatchback and the 3-series sedan interact. It might be offered with both gasoline and electrical powertrains, comparable to BMW’s technique with the Gran Coupe and its entirely electrical stablemate, the i4.
Alfa Romeo has yet to expose any prepare for an electrical platform or any future EV lorries, so we do not understand much about a potential EV drivetrain that might power this next GTV. The GTV is not likely to utilize the very same base as the upcoming Tonale, which will sport a hybrid engine.
It will require a minimum of 300 horse power and a driving series of about 300 miles to take on the i4 and other EV cars like the Tesla Model 3.
Although there is no set date for when the brand-new GTV will be launched, we anticipate to hear more about it in the next year or two as the business’s strategies are finished.