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Discussion in 'Fiat News & Rumors' started by Willem85, Aug 23, 2015.
Looks more like a "build and we'll get back to you on the price" maybe?
Am I right or not ?
Yes, I converted from CV, but values are different
Maximum power (SAE net) 209 kW
Maximum power rpm 5,200
Maximum torque (SAE net) 306 lb ft (415 Nm)
Maximum torque in the range 2,000 - 4,800
Europe 2.0 200 CV and 280 CV versions
Maximum power (ECE) (kW) 147 206
Maximum power (ECE) (CV) 200 280
Maximum power rpm 4500 5250
Maximum torque (ECE) (Nm) 330 400
Maximum torque rpm 1750 2250
According to investireoggi the large Alfa SUV will be presented either by the end of this year or early next year and will be built in Mirafiori in the second half of 2018, the small Alfa SUV will be presented by the end of 2018 and will be built in Pomigliano.
Alfa Romeo: il biennio 2018/2019 sarà ricco di novità - Motori e Auto - Investireoggi.it (at https://www.investireoggi.it/motori/alfa-romeo-nel-biennio-20182019-la-sua-gamma-suv-si-ampliera/ )
Alfa Romeo should change its name to Jeep Romeo.
Only when they start making trail rated Alfas. The Stelvio looks to be mall rated, and not really intended to go off road.
1951 Alfa Romeo AR51 "Matta" (AR = autoveicolo da ricognizione) with engine from an Alfa Romeo Montreal (V8).
And this is the one with the original engine (65 HP at 4400 rpm inline 4 cylinders dual overhead cams with dry sump lubrification, hemispherical combustion chamber, cast iron block and aluminium head).
Civilian version was named AR52.