Alfa Romeo is planning to launch at least one new model every year through 2027, with a redesigned Giulia arriving around the middle of the decade. The new Giulia will reportedly offer up to 435 miles of range on the WLTP cycle used overseas. This should still translate to more than 350 miles on the stricter EPA cycle. Alfa Romeo’s first EV is tipped to be called a Brennero and will be a subcompact crossover twinned with the recently revealed Jeep Avenger on sale overseas. There will also be a related Fiat model, possibly using Fiat’s Panda name.
Rumors of an all-electric Alfa Romeo Giulia are heating up, with reports suggesting that the car could come with up to 1,000 hp. While the actual output of the engine is yet to be confirmed, such a high power output would make the Alfa Romeo Giulia one of the most powerful cars on the market. If this rumor is true, it would be another huge win for Alfa Romeo, which has seen success with its electric cars in the past. Whether or not this rumor is true, we will have to wait and see. In the meantime, be sure to check out the latest Alfa Romeo Giulia reviews to get a better idea of what to expect.