Since Fiat acquired a large stake in Chrysler, more international brands have been debuting through this partnership. New Alfa Romeo and Maserati models are going to be released in the United States soon. Fiat is looking to use its stake in Chrysler to boost global sales. Wherefore art thou Romeo Since Fiat began steadily acquiring Read on! →

Mazda and Alfa Romeo, one of Fiat’s luxury brands, have teamed up to produce a sports car in the near future. The car is going to include the next generation MX-5 Miata, and an as-yet unnamed Alfa Romeo model. The itsy-bitsy Spider One of the most popular sports cars of the past 20 years is Read on! →

Alfa Romeo is going to be making it’s full return to the United States after a long absence, though parts of one already are here as the Dodge Dart. One of the first is going to be the 4C roadster, and an Alfa Romeo 4C convertible to follow with it. Alfa Romeo 4C convertible to Read on! →

Since Fiat has effectively taken over Chrysler, Fiat has returned to America and Alfa Romeo is not far behind. At least one Alfa has been spotted at a Chrysler research facility recently. Return of Alfa Romeo scheduled for 2013 Alfa Romeo cars stopped being sold in the U.S. in 1995, according to AutoGuide. A fair Read on! →