Alfa Romeo will replace the Mito hatchback with a compact crossoverAugust 16, 2018
The company Alfa Romeo in early 2019 will cease production of the compact hatchback Mito, which should be replaced by a small crossover. This is with reference to the head of the European division of the Italian brand Robert Zebri reports Autocar.
“Mito is a three-door car, and now more and more people prefer cars with five doors,” Zebri explained. According to the top manager, as a replacement the most attractive looks compact crossover, which will cover a large audience of buyers.
In this case, the future car should get its own unique appearance, so as not to become the “younger brother” of the Stelvio model. According to preliminary data, the new SUV should appear in 2020.
In early July 2018, Alfa Romeo unveiled a development plan for the next five years, which was presented at the annual meeting of shareholders of the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA). The Italians are planning to revive the famous 8C and GTV models, which will be offered in the form of sparks with 600 and 700-strong hybrid units.
In addition, by 2022 the company Alfa Romeo should replenish its lineup with two crossovers. Earlier it was reported that the company is developing a flagship crossover, which will take place on the step above the model Stelvio.