So for the 400th time we've been promised a new Giulia saloon, from what I've gathered to date the Giulia will either be similar in size or just bigger than the XE. Considering its supposed to use Maserati architecture and Ferrari V6's I wonder if the Giuilia can offer an enticing enough package to sway people towards the Italians?
Group CEO Sergio Marchionne said at the show there's an entirely new plan for Alfa on the way. He sounded sincere in committing that, two months from now, he would unveil a completely revised plan for the marque.
He said they'd be made in Italy, rear-drive, light, powerful and incredibly beautiful. At times he sounded almost poetic about it all. Trouble is I've asked him this question every time I've seen him for years, and the answer is always jam tomorrow.