The brand could have only helped bring a compact SUV concept to this year’s Geneva Motor Show, the Tonale, but by 2022, we’re also meant to get a new GTV coupe with over 600 horsepower from Alfa’s twin-turbo V6 and some sort of hybrid system, all-wheel drive, and four seats.
2022 Alfa Romeo GTV Coupe Review
Now, Italian website Club Alfa has what shows up to be the first rendering image of that hybrid coupe, which pledges to be as very good to drive as the Giulia sedan, only faster, prettier, and far more exclusive. In other words, a car that may stress Maserati, a performance car brand also owned by FCA.
The last GTV was a front-wheel-drive coupe based on the 155 sedans, stopped in 2006, but the Gran Turismo Veloce brand is more linked to the Giulia based two-doors of the 1960s and 70s. And while we dream of the new one, Alfa Romeo is also taking care of an SUV located above the Stelvio, and a new 8C supercar.