I think the only Spider they'll do is the 4C Spider which is close to going on sale, at least abroad.
And the new saloon is supposed to be out here next year isn't it?
I can't see the Brera and last of the Spider's ever being worth much with their GM heritage.[/QUOTE]
They said they was replacing the 166, that's what the Fiat/GM venture was about. To try to create more luxury cars for both parties, which ended in 2005. But the only thing to come out of that, was the 159 & Brera. No 166. According to links, blogs i've read, they have been releasing the 169 since 2009, then it was put back untill 2011, then 2013...... You kind of get the picture.
And any next affordable production cars will be based on Chrysler's.
They don't have a strong enough sales record to risk producing anything like the Brera again.
I thought the Brera was expensive when new ( £25-36,000), but for what was spent to produce it, then put it on sale was more than their asking price.
I still maintain on the strengh it's designed by Giugiaro & built by Pinifarina they will bring in thier value. Just like all rare italian Beautiful cars do.
Mark my words, if Alfa are to be still around come 10 years. They will be owned by a German group like Audi or VW. But lets face it Fiat are killing Alfa with their new ventures, & "zee germans" would make a better car company than what Fiat have planed for it's future