Will we ever see more smartly priced 8C cars, 4C country road-stormers, a larger four-door premium sedan to replace the 166, a sexy crossover, et cetera? I have no clue, but my faith factor is low still even though Chrysler-Fiat boss Sergio Marchionne is one of my current idols.
What could easily happen, provided this whole Chrysler-Fiat dynamic works out and thrives, is the filling up of the Giulietta model range with a four-door notchback to perhaps arrive in North America as a proper Alfa Romeo.
The Alfa plan is still foggy, but everybody knows that sooner or later this is the only mass-market premium brand that will carry the Fiat Group banner worldwide. Only centenarian Alfa Romeo can pull it off.