Alfa Romeo Confirms In Nerdy Way That New Car Is Called Brennero



2024 Alfa Romeo small crossover rendering by

2024 Alfa Romeo small crossover rendering 

A new teaser includes the GPS coordinates of the Brenner Pass.

Alfa Romeo has been dropping cryptic teasers for its small new crossover for a while, but this is the most substantial yet. The fabled Italian automaker took to social media to share a short clip with the following caption: “Maybe we’ve known it all along.” It references all those rumors about the B-segment model being called “Brennero.” As for the video itself, it includes a few GPS coordinates, one of which further alludes to the model’s name.

While some of the GPS coordinates point to the Arese Museum, the Balocco circuit, and the Stelvio Pass, the fourth is for the Brenner Pass. A little over 30 miles (nearly 50 kilometers) long, this is one of the lowest passes in the Alps and runs from Sterzing (in South Tyrol in northern Italy) to Innsbruck (capital of Austria’s western state of Tyrol). Alfa Romeo’s bigger Tonale and Stelvio are also named after mountain passes in the Alps, so it makes sense for the new member to follow the same strategy.

Scheduled to debut in early 2024, the new baby crossover will essentially be Alfa Romeo’s version of the Jeep Avenger and Fiat 600. Those two models are primarily sold as EVs but they’re also available with a mild-hybrid, three-cylinder gasoline engine. Brennero is set to become Alfa’s first-ever EV, and we’ve taken a crack at rendering its exterior design. The Photoshop job takes after leaked images of the real thing, so we wager it should be fairly accurate

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