As we all know, the Brera is manufactured by Pininfarina Italy, under contract for Alfa Romeo.
According to a report in the Financial Times, Pininfarina is now in financial difficulties necessitating a capital injection and restructuring. The Financial Times reports that a downsizing of the contract manufacturing activities is one mooted element of the restructuring.
Presumably existing contracts would be honoured, but one would expect that new contracts and/or contract renewals would be subject to tougher commercial criteria.
Due to the current unprofitability, the worst scenario would be an eventual discontinuation of Pininfarina making Brera, meaning a discontinuation of the model or manufacturing Brera in-house or elsewhere. All of this of course would presumably depend on what the existing contract relationship is. I don't know that.
However if Pininfarina are bleeding Euros, it would be in Alfa Romeo's interest to work with them to ensure Pininfarina long-term economic viability.
It's been a long relationship between Fiat and Pininfarina so my view is that Fiat would be about the last contract manufacturer to be dropped. But morale at Pininfarina now must be pretty low just now.
Financial times report at FT.com / Companies / Autos - Pininfarina seeks cash injection