2023 Alfa Romeo 8C – Alfa Romeo has been a bit still in recent times. We haven’t seen a new product announcement by Alfa Romeo since the Italian company launched the Stelvio SUV debuted in 2016, however, we’ve heard a lot of speculation about the future. One of them is that there’s the Tonale Concept, which hints at the possibility of a sub-Stelvio crossover almost certain to be a reality for production. However, we’re more interested in reports of a possible GTV coupe as well as an upcoming return for the top-of-the-line 8C super-GT. The former is believed to be an all-wheel-drive coupe that is based on the Giulia platform, with 600 horsepower via the hybrid twin-turbo V-6 at least as per the slide from Alfa’s presentation regarding its five-year plan.
We’re huge fans of the present Giulia Quadrifoglio and a hard-charging two-door model would be a great fit for the platform particularly if the claims of torque-vectoring, as well as 50/50 weight distribution, prove real. It’s scheduled for a 2022 release The GTV will be competing against the futuristic BMW M4 and Mercedes-AMG C63 S.
2023 Alfa Romeo 8C Redesign
Within the five-year strategy, Alfa revealed that an 8C (below) was under development. The 8C of the 20th century was a beautiful limited-production mix comprising Maserati, Ferrari, and Alfa Romeo components which was much more pleasing to see and listen to rather than drive (even the fact that it drove pretty well). The 2022 8C is an engine with a mid-range design, probably constructed around a carbon-fiber monocoque, similar to the 4C’s smaller. Around 700 horsepower is believed to be derived from a hybrid twin-turbo V-8 which is most likely sourced out from Maserati as well as Ferrari’s collection and then sent through all four wheels in the previously mentioned GTV. The original plan was to launch in 2022 The word is the date has been delayed by about a year.
If you’re not able to spend six figures or require a little more room, the unannounced 2021 Tonale crossover will surely give you the Alfa itching. We expect it to be a smaller version of Stelvio’s design and will feature the identical 2.0-liter turbo-four engine as well as an eight-speed automated transmission.
2023 Alfa Romeo 8C Price
The Stelvio’s prices will be lower and will likely start in the mid-$30,000 to $30,000. Electricity and front-wheel drives are both possibilities in light of the pricing and market. Expect a launch in the latter half of this year or early 2020.