New Alfa Romeo MiTo: does its return make sense? [RENDER]

Even before the merger between Fiat Chrysler and PSA was sanctioned and the birth of Stellantis was only on paper, enthusiasts and professionals had immediately understood that Alfa Romeo could have another chance to relaunch. And in fact, punctually with the birth of Stellantis, CEO Carlos Tavares said that his group would have bet strongly on the Biscione as one of its premium brands. Among the cars that are talked about with insistence for the future of the Milanese brand there would also be a new Alfa Romeo MiTo .   Here are the reasons for making a new Alfa Romeo MiTo It is currently unclear whether this car will eventually arrive. In fact, if at first his return seemed obvious, the latest statements by Jean-Philippe Imparato make a new generation of the famous model that came out of production in 2018 much less likely.  However, we think that the arrival of a car of this type that could return on the basis of cars such as Peugeot 208 or Opel Corsa would not hurt the Alfa car manufacturer.  In fact, Alfa Romeo could also recover a type of clientele that has currently been lost. Having only Giulia and Stelvio two cars of a higher segment and not really affordable for all budgets in the range at the moment , the average age of Biscione customers has significantly increased.  Its development would cost little and could win new customers A new Alfa Romeo MiTo could therefore rejuvenate the clientele of the Milanese brand. The car could be developed with little investment being able to draw heavily from the B-segment cars of the other Stellantis brands.  The model could be combined with the Alfa Romeo Brenner B-SUV, guaranteeing the Milanese house a considerable increase in registrations. Here we show you a render that tries to hypothesize what the model would look like in a new generation. The car would obviously arrive on the market only and exclusively with electric motors .

Even before the merger between Fiat Chrysler and PSA was sanctioned and the birth of Stellantis was only on paper, enthusiasts and professionals had immediately understood that Alfa Romeo could have another chance to relaunch. And in fact, punctually with the birth of Stellantis, CEO Carlos Tavares said that his group would have bet strongly on the Biscione as one of its premium brands. Among the cars that are talked about with insistence for the future of the Milanese brand there would also be a new Alfa Romeo MiTo .

Here are the reasons for making a new Alfa Romeo MiTo

It is currently unclear whether this car will eventually arrive. In fact, if at first his return seemed obvious, the latest statements by Jean-Philippe Imparato make a new generation of the famous model that came out of production in 2018 much less likely.

However, we think that the arrival of a car of this type that could return on the basis of cars such as Peugeot 208 or Opel Corsa would not hurt the Alfa car manufacturer.

In fact, Alfa Romeo could also recover a type of clientele that has currently been lost. Having only Giulia and Stelvio two cars of a higher segment and not really affordable for all budgets in the range at the moment , the average age of Biscione customers has significantly increased.

Its development would cost little and could win new customers

A new Alfa Romeo MiTo could therefore rejuvenate the clientele of the Milanese brand. The car could be developed with little investment being able to draw heavily from the B-segment cars of the other Stellantis brands.

The model could be combined with the Alfa Romeo Brenner B-SUV, guaranteeing the Milanese house a considerable increase in registrations. Here we show you a render that tries to hypothesize what the model would look like in a new generation. The car would obviously arrive on the market only and exclusively with electric motors .

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