After a 20-year absence before it returned to the U.S. market, Alfa Romeo is growing its presence here. The company sold 24,000 cars in the U.S. in 2018, up 90 percent from 2017.
“D.C. is one of our key markets,” said Berj Alexanian, speaking to reporters on Media Day at The Washington Auto Show.
2019 will be the first year with a full lineup for the Stelvio in the U.S., and the Giulia is increasing its sales in a segment where sales slipped, said Alexanian. The 4C Spider will be introduced to the U.S. market in 2020.Download Bulletin PDF