Big on aims, but frustratingly thin on declarations of detail, Alfa Romeo's CEO Harald Wester today revealed his plan to transform the Italian company. He promises his cars will go face to face with the Germans by 2018. "They will be benchmarked against the best the German industry has to offer," we're told.
The plan means the MiTo will be dropped and not replaced. Also, the planned co-operation car with Mazda based on the next MX-5 will no longer be an Alfa, but re-styled and re-branded a Fiat.