Friday, June 5

Alfa Romeo

Limited Numbers that Aren’t Limiting from Alfa Romeo
Alfa Romeo

Limited Numbers that Aren’t Limiting from Alfa Romeo

The car that brought Alfa Romeo back to the US will continue on for the 2020 model year to give us an exciting and fun sports car to drive. The Alfa Romeo 4C is a car that tickles the imagination, provides us with the fun we want, and is an engaging car that drives like purists want on the road. When the 2020 model year shows up, there will be a limited edition of this car offered which will be called the 4C Spider Italia and it will be offered in very small numbers. (more…)
Alfa Romeo Offers the 4C for 2019
Alfa Romeo

Alfa Romeo Offers the 4C for 2019

There were rumors that the requirement for a backup camera might not allow the Alfa Romeo 4C to continue to be produced and sold in the US. As the model that allowed FCA to bring the brand back to North America where it has grown since the 4C is a car that’s a niche model to be one that sells in low numbers but offers us a look and a style that we love to enjoy on the road. Thankfully, Alfa Romeo has shared information that tells us this car will continue to be made for the 2019 model year. (more…)
Improving the Market for the Future
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Improving the Market for the Future

When we look to the US Patent and Trademark Office to learn what new vehicle names have been filed it gives us a look into what the future of the automotive market will be. As we have recently seen the market demands we have more SUVs on the market and the luxury brands are entering in a huge way. The most recent filing for a patent is the name of “Kamal” which has been filed by FCA on behalf of Alfa Romeo, which is a name that has yet to be used by any company. (more…)
Will it be or Won’t it be?
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Will it be or Won’t it be?

Whether that’s a mock of Shakespeare’s famous quote or simply a happy accident is hard for me to determine but the subject today is whether or not a car will become a classic in several years.  Typically a classic car has to be at least 25 years old, but for the interest of a real classic it also has be to be one that is desirable and brings a bit of charm form the era it was made in.  With cars these days made almost to be disposable after a few years it’s interesting to discuss whether or not some are meant to become classics.  Someday our future generations will be able to say “they sure don’t make them like they did in 2015 anymore”; let’s look at some vehicle they might be talking about. (more…)