Alfa Romeo is definitely betting big on the upcoming Geneva Motor Show in March, as not only will it reveal the newly announced Giulietta hatchback, but also not one, not two, but three possible designs for the aging 159 sedan.
And don’t think these designs will be switched up a bit, as Alfa commissioned the three biggest design houses in Turin, Italy, to create unique takes on the upcoming versions of the 159 sedan replacement.
According to InsideLine, Stile Bertone will be developing a two door coupe body, Pininfarina will be handling the convertible edition, while Italdesign Giugiaro will be showcasing the normal sedan. Each of these models will be viewable at the stands of their respective creators.
The 159 replacement is expected to receive a classic girl’s name, honoring the tradition of Alfa Romeo, with Giulia being the preferred choice. No word yet on how this new sedan will affect Chrysler or Dodge, given that Fiat now owns all of these brands.
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