The Panda will be built in the former Alfa Romeo plant of Pomigliano d'Arco, near Naples, in Italy, instead of in Tychy, Poland, where the car is currently produced.
Remember it is replacing the current Panda, which is even more boxyNot keen at all....way too boxy!
Not one part carried over apparently, and as usual, is slightly larger than the outgoing modelLooks more like a facelift than a 'new' car to me...
Thats right, no more 159s. It previously made the 156 147 and GT. Fiat have invested £750m to bring it up to "World class" status (about time!!).I've not kept up to date with factories - Pomigliano used to build the 159 I think, and now this, so where are current and future Alfas (to be) built?
A turbo twin air has been mentioned, as has an Arbarth...doesn't look hugely different - wonder will there be a 100HP version
Cheers - I guess/hope that Mirafiori has upped its game then, given past criticism; possibly the same for Pom to finally get its refit.Thats right, no more 159s. It previously made the 156 147 and GT. Fiat have invested £750m to bring it up to "World class" status (about time!!).
Currently, the 2 Alfa models are made in Mirafiori (Mito) and Cassino (Giulietta)