Aiming to multiply their sales five-fold by 2020.
Fiat officials have just confirmed that the next few years will be particularly busy for its hot Italian brand, Alfa Romeo. Besides the 4C Spider that has already been presented and confirmed at the Geneva Motor Show, Alfa will also reveal the sedan and wagon versions of its upcoming Giulia and Alfetta models. Further down the line, the company also plans to present a large SUV model, in addition to a smaller crossover.
These developments will join the upcoming replacements of the company’s existing Mito and Giulietta hatchbacks. In all, Alfa Romeo hopes to increase its worldwide annual sales from the current 100,000 units per year to upwards of 500,000 cars by the end of the decade.