Thursday, October 08, 2009

Alfa Romeo 169


This is of course just an illustration.
But it gives us an idea of what the all new "big Alfa" might look like when it comes out in a couple of years.
The new model will be based on the new 2011 Chrysler 300.

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

Damn sexy!

Anonymous said...

Looks very original and high end.

Anonymous said...

Wow, that is beautiful.

Too bad it will be based off of the 300 which is an incredibly aged platform as it is.

john m said...

NIIICE!!!

el_monty said...

Wow. I hope this is close to the actual thing!

Anonymous said...

drop dead gorgeous

Anonymous said...

If Lexus can get away with basing models off toyotas; and Acura off cheap hondas; An Alpha based off the 425 HP HEMI IRS CHRYSLER 300c ought to run away with the whole $50k-$80k market!!! YEAH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

A Nissan Maxima greenhouse.

Anonymous said...

A Nissan Maxima greenhouse. ACTUALLY, that's the 2011 CHARGER greenhouse!

Anonymous said...

Hmm, I suppose your right. But you I was looking at the c pillar it it reminded me of the Maxima. but it's not like the Charger or Maxima or orginal neither. The grille reminds me of the subaru Tribecca.

Anonymous said...

The headlights reminds me of the 2007 mazda 6.

iQuack said...

That slick front end is what the Edsel should have looked like.

CanadaCraig said...

I think it looks great. But exactly where will it be sold? Will it be found in Chrysler showrooms right next to the new 300's and Chargers? I love my 300C SRT8. It's a fantastic car. And has been perfectly reliable. But I'm not sure Chrysler needs yet another BIG car.

CanadaCraig said...

It's nice - but doesn't nearly have the 'wow' factor of the first 'rendering' you posted back in September. Now THAT is a beautiful car.
http://www.burlappcars.com/2009/09/alfa-romeo-diva.html

Anonymous said...

It's O:K, but I've always bought Chryslers and I always will. I guess I'm just as stubborn as those Honda-o-philes. If Fiat replaces the CHRYSLER name with ALPHA or Lancia; I guess I'll be switching to Cadillacs & Lincolns.