Large RWD Lancias and Alfas to be built in Canadian factory... that much we know
2012 Alfa Romeo Montreal Proposal
As previously announced, FIAT Group will drop the Chrysler nameplate in Europe as its Chrysler and Lancia brands are being integrated together into a large-car line marketed as either nameplate in various markets. Now, a forecasting firm says that the automaker will begin building Lancias and possibly Alfa Romeos at its Brampton plant in Canada beginning from 2012:
With a large Alfa based on the Challenger convertible in the works, why not a new 2012 Alfa Montreal based on the Challenger coupe? It would be very similar to the original in 1970 Alfa Romeo Montreal, which featured an almost all-out race engine of V8 configuration with rear-wheel drive, in a short-decked coupe of some early 70s American styling influence.
The above is how I propose a 2012 Alfa Romeo Montreal could look like... simply adding the current Alfa tailight theme of two to four round, basic red retro-style lenses with thick chrome bezels in the back, that would work on the back of the Challenger bodywork.
With only fresh sheetmetal from the cowl-forward, such a proposal merits consideration... as does including a top-of-the-line Quadrifolgio version with Maserati/Alfa 32-V V8 power. Here was the original 1970 Montreal, originally planned as a mid-engine car, but that was not to be...
|1970 Alfa Romeo Montreal|
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