Looks like an Alfa factory worker could be in a spot of bother, after this sneaky pic was leaked on Facebook. It shows an undisguised Alfa Milano, the car that will replace the current 147 when it goes on sale next year.
Good-looking thing, ain't it? Like a blown-up MiTo with bits of 8C mixed in. It's not often we get to see a car this long before its launch, especially without some sort of weird camouflage or cardboard strapped to its bumpers.
The Milano has some trademark Alfa touches, from the hidden doorhandles to that suggestively plunging grille. It just looks a bit naughty, which is exactly how an Alfa should look.
The car sits on an all-new platform, which it will share with the new 159 replacement, as well as upcoming Chryslers after Fiat Group's takeover of the US giant. Let's hope it drives as good as it looks, eh?