• Alfa Romeo has revealed the Milano, it’s first all-electric vehicle and the third addition to its SUV lineup. 

    The Milano is based on the same Stellantis platform as the Jeep Avenger, Citroen C4, Fiat 600 and Peugeot 2008 and alongside an electric powertrain, will also be available with mild-hybrid petrol power.

    The Milano Ibrida uses a 1.2-litre three-cylinder petrol engine with a 48V starter-generator and a 28bhp electric motor in the six-speed automatic gearbox for 134bhp. Whereas the Milano Elettrica uses a 54kWh battery and a 154bhp motor. Alfa Romeo says this will have a maximum range of  255 miles (WLTP) and capable of charging at 100kW.

    Jean-Philippe Imparato, CEO of Alfa Romeo, said that the Milano was designed to help the brand go "from exclusive to inclusive". Imparato  also said the Milano will sit in the same line-up as the 33 Stradale, adding: "Alfa is the only brand that is able to sell a car at €2 million and €30,000."  In addition to this, it was also confirmed the Milano will become the smallest car in the lineup, serving as a replacement for the Mito and Gieulietta.

    The Alfa Romeo Milano will launch later this year, with pricing to follow.